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Posted: Jul 31, 2020 at 11:41 Quote
Has anyone tried the new Clash? The sizing is quite a bit larger, and coming from a large I feel like the new medium would be better. I’m 6’1”, and may be interested in upgrading the frame.

Posted: 2 days ago Quote
Has anyone had their clash crack yet? It appears I’ve got a nice crack forming up on my linkage where the rear shock bolts up. 2019 Clash frame.

Posted: 2 days ago Quote
jamieSaunders wrote:
Has anyone had their clash crack yet? It appears I’ve got a nice crack forming up on my linkage where the rear shock bolts up. 2019 Clash frame.

pics please so we all can keep an eye out on our frames

Posted: 2 days ago Quote
https://imgur.com/gallery/VWs6Re5
It is a very minor crack, but there is also a crack on the opposite side of the linkage which I have not photographed yet.
Since I’ve had this bike I have put it through nearly 2000kms of fairly hard aggressive riding.
I’ve only just discovered it yesterday after washing my bike, decided to go for another ride this morning to see if it would get worse and it did a little bit. Sent off some photos to Commencal Canada today but in BC it’s a long weekend so I won’t hear back till next week. I had to warranty my fork in June and Commencal was very quick to help me with the process with Fox to get me back riding again, so I’m not worried about the warranty process with these guys.

Posted: 1 days ago Quote
let us know if commencal is aware of that or if it's just a lemon please !

Posted: 1 days ago Quote
Charlotroy wrote:
let us know if commencal is aware of that or if it's just a lemon please !
I absolutely will, i had been doing some research and I had yet to come across anyone else cracking their clashes, that’s mainly why I made the forum post.

Posted: 1 days ago Quote
jamieSaunders wrote:
Charlotroy wrote:
let us know if commencal is aware of that or if it's just a lemon please !
I absolutely will, i had been doing some research and I had yet to come across anyone else cracking their clashes, that’s mainly why I made the forum post.

Interesting, I just purchased the 2021 clash essential. I noticed the linkage plates joining to the shock are different on mine. Wonder if they found that to be a weak spot.

On another note, I was wondering what settings are the guys with Fox suspension running ?

Posted: 23 hours ago Quote
jamieSaunders wrote:
https://imgur.com/gallery/VWs6Re5
It is a very minor crack, but there is also a crack on the opposite side of the linkage which I have not photographed yet.
Since I’ve had this bike I have put it through nearly 2000kms of fairly hard aggressive riding.
I’ve only just discovered it yesterday after washing my bike, decided to go for another ride this morning to see if it would get worse and it did a little bit. Sent off some photos to Commencal Canada today but in BC it’s a long weekend so I won’t hear back till next week. I had to warranty my fork in June and Commencal was very quick to help me with the process with Fox to get me back riding again, so I’m not worried about the warranty process with these guys.

oh oh , is it rocky mountain recall repetting here.. I have a 2019 clash also.. wouldn't mind getting a 2021 replacement or even a 2020 black/gold frame.

Posted: 20 hours ago Quote
Bird82 wrote:
jamieSaunders wrote:
Charlotroy wrote:
let us know if commencal is aware of that or if it's just a lemon please !
I absolutely will, i had been doing some research and I had yet to come across anyone else cracking their clashes, that’s mainly why I made the forum post.

Interesting, I just purchased the 2021 clash essential. I noticed the linkage plates joining to the shock are different on mine. Wonder if they found that to be a weak spot.

On another note, I was wondering what settings are the guys with Fox suspension running ?
I’m not a super heavy rider only about 155 pounds and I run my X2 rear shock at 200 PSI

Posted: 18 hours ago Quote
I noticed today on my lower shock mount that even when the bolt is tight, the little spacers on either side of the shock have a tiny bit of side to side play. Is that normal?

Posted: 7 hours ago Quote
Adamtborski wrote:
Has anyone tried the new Clash? The sizing is quite a bit larger, and coming from a large I feel like the new medium would be better. I’m 6’1”, and may be interested in upgrading the frame.

I have, I got a medium and I was worried about the longer geometry But after receiving it it’s completely fine. Stick with what you would normally ride in their bikes.

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