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    Soul cycles?

    Hey,

    I am waiting to see the new frames/ products at Soul Cycles, but they have been out of it for a while. I have seen some of their new frames like the Roscoe and Sluggo, but i would like to see the others...preferably on their website with specs and pictures!

    I wrote about a week ago, but i aint got reply yet...In the past, they were good at replying to emails, but ever since the newsite came, there is no info and no pictures of the frames.

    Anyone know wats up with the Soul Cycles?

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    Yeah, their site was supposed to up in 2 weeks many months ago.

    I too am curious about their new frames.
    Inbred. Steel is Real.

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    Here is a shot of their El Matador frame:


    "El Matador" Full Suspension Four-Cross/Slalom/Dirtjump
    Release Date: 2nd/3rd Quarter 2006
    Target Retail Price: Sub $1000 With Manitou Swinger 4 Way Air Shock
    Features: 4" Rear Wheel Travel, 24/26" Wheel Compatibility, Easton FS RAD Tubeset, Scissor Link Supported Rear End, Removable Dual Position V-Brake Mounts, Custom Machined Dropouts/Headtube/Pivot System
    Inbred. Steel is Real.

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    I would like to check out the roscoe...but no, i cant...i've waited for 3-4months! Anyone have pics/specs of the roscoe...I am especially interested in the weight and the maximum fork travel...Thanks in advance!

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    Roscoe picture

    Here's my roscoe. It doesn't have the abbah rear hub anymore after I replaced it with a surly SS new disc. Quick release and horizontal dropouts just dont mix too well.(learned this after slamming my kneecap in to the bars multiple times)


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    Quote Originally Posted by skaplayer89
    Here's my roscoe. It doesn't have the abbah rear hub anymore after I replaced it with a surly SS new disc. Quick release and horizontal dropouts just dont mix too well.(learned this after slamming my kneecap in to the bars multiple times)


    Nice, how much was it?and how much does the frame weigh?

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    Soul

    Chad has been sick, but he will be back in action soon. Here is a pic of my El Matador 4X proto in the meantime
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    Soul

    Pics of it in action at Fontana (1st in 30-39 Expert 4X). Watch it carve that berm :

    http://www.afinishedproduct.exposure...eri/p505256120

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    Their website has finally been updated! Check out the new Sluggo and Roscoe (I own one!!!)
    Looking forward to the new FS frames

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    Yep, it's supposed to drop 1/2 pound from the already light proto I have!

    Here it is in a little action:

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...27096426&hl=en

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