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Canfield Brothers "Evil One"

Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by Evil Sylvain, Apr 15, 2009.

  1. Evil Sylvain

    Evil Sylvain Monkey

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    Here's my version of this fine steed. After three rides I am quite happy with the behavior of the bike. I have climbed some steep and short north east grades and did as well as I used to on my 575 even though I kept the fork at 160mm. Rock gardens feel like flat ground and drops are so smooth with it. I have yet to weight it.















     

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  2. ride4fun

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    cool jumping shot
     
  3. Leppah

    Leppah Turbo Monkey

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    Looks like a nice bike. I've seen a few of them around. Mostly just pics though. Still haven't seen one locally, even though one of them lives only three miles away.
     
  4. MMcG

    MMcG Ride till you puke!

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    That's one sweet set up you've got there!!!
     
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    looks great

    hope it's a large and you can turn your forks past the down tube...
     
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    Thanks.

    Yes it is. I knew about this issue.
     
  7. Evil Sylvain

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    Thanks!