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    New EVO


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    yummy!

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    a little on the unridden clean side for my tastes, but a killer build. I would send it on that bike. Burly ass wheels man. what is the weight on that thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hairygut
    a little on the unridden clean side for my tastes, but a killer build. I would send it on that bike. Burly ass wheels man. what is the weight on that thing.
    Thanks, I didn't get to weigh it, it sold to fast.

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    I would imagine somewhere between 32-33.
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    Nice build It might be close to 31 lbs . The orange Evo that had the lyric on it was 31 even.
    Not bad. The new XT crankes are lighter than the FSA afterburner.

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    Back to the real story....

    That EVO is one of the most beautiful bikes I've ever seen and I'm sure it performs as well as it looks!!!!

    Mark

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    Its a nice bike.
    But this thread has been sanitized for you viewing pleasure <--Chumba smiley???
    IF there are any questions or pertinent details either of the main 'combatants' wish to share, please feel free to PM me or Gregg. Anytime there is friction it is best to do it PM-style than to let it boil over in a public forum.....
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    Thanks Tony.

    Anyone have a pic of the bike in blue?

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    The seat tube is so cool looking, huh? Damn that's a sweet blue ride!

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    Damn! The Blue, the chrome, the fork, the everything.

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    Evo - new additions for 2008


    1. Quad bearings on both front and rear pivots of rocker
    2. ISCG guides on frame
    3. Narrower seat stays for better pedaling clearance
    4. New colors (Candy Green, Candy Red, Candy Blue, Ano Black)
    5. 1 piece manipulated seat tube and down tube
    6. Full CNC machined high-quality rear linkage pieces

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    Thanks Motmatt. What about tire clearance, frame weight, and stand over. Do these remain the same?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronny
    Thanks Motmatt. What about tire clearance, frame weight, and stand over. Do these remain the same?
    Tire clearance is increased. Frame weight is the same - stand over the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motomatt
    Evo - new additions for 2008

    4. New colors (Candy Green, Candy Red, Candy Blue, Ano Black)
    Glad to see I'm part of the Chumba design team. LINKY
    although I have yet to see a check .

    Alan

    When is the new FR bike I "designed" coming out?
    Extreme stationary biker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geolover
    Glad to see I'm part of the Chumba design team. LINKY
    although I have yet to see a check .

    Alan

    When is the new FR bike I "designed" coming out?
    LOL ... Geolover - some of your stuff has been incorporated for sure!

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    I'm loving the blue. Any plans of incorporating that on the XCL? Or, maybe an anodized blue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky D
    I'm loving the blue. Any plans of incorporating that on the XCL? Or, maybe an anodized blue?
    Sorry Ricky - no can tell yet.

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