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Canfield Jedi (price drop)

$2550 USD
Bought in the late fall of 2012. Rode it very little in 2013 due to being in school. Rode it one to two times per week this summer for about 1.5 hours. It has been babied, and very carefully cared for. Only like two tip overs, Almost no scratches (pictured). Basically at 2012 with only one season on it. Canfield bikes are so solid it might as well be new. Several options on the 2011 boxxer WC fork: One option for the front fork is to take the damper out and the purchaser can buy their own charger damper. If this is the case and I'm only sending a fork with no damper then I'd sell it for $2550. At the present it has a brand new avalanche cartridge ($500), claimed to feel better and perform better than the charger damper. If you want the avalanche cartridge then the price is $2800. If you want the bike for cheaper ($2600), I can take the avalanche out and put the old mission control in, the low speed compression doesn't adjust. This fork is killer; the control this fork gives you is way better with the avalanche. Has a freeride tune to it, but can be re-tuned by the company. Right stanchion has two scratches, sanded, never leaked, is butter smooth. Bike has around $8000 of stuff on it. Really I should be asking $3500. You're welcome x fusion HLR vector 400 lb spring sunline bar ODI grips avid code brakes saint shifter and derailer Shimano XT M771-10 10 Speed Cassette 11-36 descendant cranks, -these have always had very small lateral play in them, only noticeable if you push the crank arms from side to side with your hands. Don't notice anything when pedaling. I think the problem is in the bottom bracket?? Cheap fix if it even bothers you. canfield tough rims, maxxis front tire 2.5 exo, panaracer CG 2.5 rear (tread worn out.) easton post, WTB pure V saddle FSA headset MPR G3 chainguide Frame tubing is protected with Shelter armor Willing to trade for a 2014 jedi or yt tues. buyer pays shipping

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daynegrant mikekazimer's article
Feb 9, 2014 at 7:14
Feb 9, 2014
First Look: 2014 Canfield Brothers Jedi
Their welds usually look better than that.
daynegrant mikekazimer's article
Feb 8, 2014 at 9:30
Feb 8, 2014
First Look: 2014 Canfield Brothers Jedi
440 chain stay. But the overall length stays about the same since the rear wheel follows a similar path as the front fork when they compress.
daynegrant mikekazimer's article
Feb 8, 2014 at 8:48
Feb 8, 2014
First Look: 2014 Canfield Brothers Jedi
I tried every bike I could get my hands on for years and knew it was all over after only minutes on the Jedi. The control it gives you is like cheating. The faster you go the more in control you seem to feel. The new design is said to improve pedaling performance and pops off jumps better because of the linear travel. I'll just mention a few things but I could go on and on about how nicely the bike rides. The chain growth takes very little time to adjust to if any time at all. As with most bikes, as the bike goes through the travel the angle of the front fork causes the bike to shrink in its wheelbase length whereas the jedi keeps about the same wheelbase length as the rear suspension follows a similar line as the fork. The two wheels work perfectly together on landings. This bike kills!
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daynegrant mikekazimer's article
Feb 22, 2013 at 15:11
Feb 22, 2013
Pinkbike Poll: Long Travel Single Crown Forks
Absolutely! 180 seems to work every bit as good on the small stuff as shorter travel and the insurance is behind you on the big stuff. Had the totem and loved it. Now have the boxxer and love it as well. The fork moves in relation to the force applied; small bumps, small movement; big hits are ate up by big travel. Way fun and safer as well. Ride what you like and need. Don't let someone else push you into getting something that they want you to have.
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