Canfield Brothers Yelli Screamy

Canfield Brothers Yelli Screamy

3 Reviews for Yelli Screamy

  • + 2
 This bike is amazing. Get one.

BAD- My only complaint is that the faster I go, the harder it is on my back. Aluminum is stiff. This rear end is very compact, and well braced. And it's a hard tail. So compliance isn't coming from the rear of the this bike. Canfield, why no Ti version?

GOOD- Honestly, this maybe the best hardtail I've ever been on, and I've had alot. Rips turns, front end comes up like nothing. Bunnyhop, or wheelie with no problem. Slack HA is confidence inspiring. Frt Der option is kinda cool. Def a fan of threaded BB. And clearance for 2.4 tires out back. TT looks odd and kinda like a girls bike at first, later you realize that stand over is also confidence boosting. You ride this bike and you feel like you are better than you are. Good for XC/Trail. Made me faster from day one. Have had it 6 months now.
  • + 1
 Good cable routing, Stealth post able, Great paint, Head-badge, Well balanced and easy to throw around. Best handling, predictable 29er I've ridden. Good weight, angles and tube geometry.

Bad: Front Der block for direct mount has crappy bolts and paint is not cleared from mount threads. DH rear axle seems kind of dated design and out of place on an AM XC type bike...More suited to DH bikes... requires 2 sized allen wrenches to remove. Prefer the DT style rear QR on nomads etc.
  • + 1
 Best hardtail I've ever had. they're light too mine is sitting pretty at 26lb 4oz with a 140 fox 34.
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Canfield Brothers Yelli Screamy (MSRP $649) — Ever since the Bros. swung a leg over a big-wheeled bike, they knew there was a better way to go about it. Twenty-nine-inch wheels had advantages, but something was missing. Fast? Yes. Fun? Absolutely not. The Yelli Screamy changed all that in 2011 when it hit the trails with Canfield Brothers’ signature aggressive all-mountain geometry. The first production 29er with sub-17-inch chainstays and a relaxed 67-degree head-tube angle, the original Yelli begged to be ridden hard and changed the industry’s idea of what wagon wheels were capable of, inspiring countless imitations. The new generation Yelli Screamy adds stealth dropper routing, a 142×12 through-axle, ISCG compatibility and clearance for any drivetrain option, including 1x setups and the new Canfield C2 Narrow-Wide chainring.

● 6061 aluminum
● 66.5º head angle with a 140mm fork
● 68º head angle with a 120mm fork
● 16.7″ chainstays
● Low toptube for minimum stand over height
● 142×12 dropouts
● Direct mount front derailleur
● Multiple anodized colors available

Specifications Compare to other All Mountain/Enduro/XC

Release Date July 2015
Price $649

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