Caminade One-For-All
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Caminade One-For-All

13 Comments

  • + 7
 Like a every French car (except Citroen C15) - super fancy but impractical.
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  • + 6
 Good to see a well positioned shock. That £400 of air sprung technology is well out the way of any mud or rocks thrown from the tyre :\
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  • + 4
 my balls shudder at the sight of that top tube
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  • + 2
 i can't find a reason to buy this bike Frown
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  • + 1
 Interesting look, but the rear triangle looks like it will be a noodle.
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 Apparently you know very little or nothing about steel vs. aluminum properties.
Here's some reading for you:
www.cotic.co.uk/geek/steel-full-suspension
  • + 4
 Are you kidding me? Your reference or plug leaves out so many factors in material usage and structure. Even if steel is generally 3 times stiffer than aluminum as a 'material', if it's used in this twig-like gauge and configuration, it's still going flex. Not only that, it doesn't look like it's reinforced anywhere on the triangle - just straight butted tubes. I've ridden enough, and even built some steel MTB frames to know how steel reacts to real world riding. There is a reason why you don't see rear triangles on full suspension mountain bikes made out of steel. I have nothing against the bike's looks or suspension design though. It's very unique. Jeesh.
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  • + 0
 looks great in my opinion. what sort of forks are they?
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 Magura Thor
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  • + 0
 This looks killer!
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