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WasatchEnduro mikekazimer's article
May 26, 2023 at 12:35
May 26, 2023
Pinkbike Poll: Clipless vs Flat - What's Your Pedal Preference?
No flats I ride clipped in I can’t help if I always win
May 25, 2023 at 14:43
May 25, 2023

Canfield Tilt XL - low miles w/ upgrades

$3500 USD
Purchased new in December of 2022 from my local Canfield dealer. I added some nice upgrades such as the carbon rear wheel, longer travel dropper post, oval chainring, and 200mm rotors. Selling because there's too much overlap now between my 2 trail bikes. I'll include the GX AXS wireless shifting shown in the photos for an additional $200. The Tilt strikes a harmonious balance between agility, plushness, supportiveness, and burliness. The Cane Creek shocks are premium and nicely adjustable. The short rear end makes manuals a breeze and the bike loves to pump and jump just as much as plow through chunk. Canfield nailed it with the CBF design which is both efficient and supportive while also providing tons of traction. Here's the Spec: Frame: XL Walter White Shock: Cane Creek Kitsuma Air (210x55 = 138mm) Fork: Cane Creek Helm MK2 (set at 160mm and internally adjustable from 130-160 without the need for additional air springs) Dropper Post: OneUp 210mm Dropper Lever: RaceFace Saddle: WTB Silverado Stem: Answer ProTaper 40mm Bar: Answer ProTaper Carbon 810mm Grips: SDG Thrice lock on Shifting: SRAM GX 12 speed Cranks: SRAM GX 165mm Chainring: Absolute Black Oval 30t w/ PVD coating Pedals: Crank Brothers Stamp composite (purple) Rear Wheel: Spank Hex high engagement hub, Light Bicycle carbon rim (i28mm, 32h, 425g), Sapim D-Light Spokes, Sapim nips (blue/purple) Front Wheel: Canfield Special Blend aluminum w/ Spank Hex hub Rear Tire: Maxxis Dissector 2.4 EXO DC Front Tire: Maxxis DHF 2.5 EXO MaxxGrip Rear Insert: Huck Norris standard (size M, 80g) Frame Protection: Ground Keeper + dual fenders Hit me up with any questions. I left the stock glossy black fork decals underneath the pink ones. Ground Keeper protection can easily be swapped if you prefer a different design. Shipping is negotiable. Happy trails, -Matt

May 19, 2023 at 8:35
May 19, 2023
WasatchEnduro mattbeer's article
May 11, 2023 at 11:30
May 11, 2023
First Ride: Forbidden Druid V2 - High Pivot Evolution
@JasperTS: I don't think so, it would just add in some agility. If the S3 chainstay was in the 430s instead of 450s, it would be average for the size and in line with most other bikes in the category, but it would still excel over its peers in chunk because of the high pivot and chainstay growth. For a "trail bike" with 130mm out back and a moderate head tube angle, I'd think this would actually improve the balance of the bike. But I'm sure Forbidden designed the geo for a reason so would love to hear from them how they came up with the numbers. And I'd love to ride one if they attend any festivals or Outerbike.
May 10, 2023 at 14:54
May 10, 2023
WasatchEnduro mattbeer's article
May 9, 2023 at 13:44
May 9, 2023
First Ride: Forbidden Druid V2 - High Pivot Evolution
Customizable chainstay length by picking the front and rear triangle of your choice. For example, a rider who fits an s3 reach may want an s2 rear end to keep the bike more agile, especially with the 20mm of chainstay growth.
WasatchEnduro dariodigiulio's article
May 5, 2023 at 15:44
May 5, 2023
Review: We Are One Convergence Carbon Wheelset
@wburnes: If so, that's pretty sweet. Can you provide all the deets? I'm not a weight weenie per se, but definitely 'weight aware'. 500g rims on lightAF hubs, lower spoke count, rope spokes?
WasatchEnduro dariodigiulio's article
May 5, 2023 at 8:58
May 5, 2023
Review: We Are One Convergence Carbon Wheelset
Yeah but Berd uses magical unicorn hair for spokes, whereas WAO uses steel. Unfair comparison. Also these are way more durable than either of the options you mention above, are made on continent (for some of us), and have a great warranty. Anyone can build a Light Bicycle or Tandell carbon wheelset for $1200 and 1500g. You'll need sub 400g rims though, fine for xc, and won't get a decent warranty. That's totally fine for some riders. These WAOs are for charging hard.
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