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Looks like they might have shot it wide-angle...

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They were testing a mullet setup. By default, the bike is a 29er.

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Apr 9, 2021 at 10:12
Apr 9, 2021
Canfield Bikes Rolls Out ONE.2 29er Downhill Bike
Any bike with internal routing is going to require fishing the cables and routing through upon initial install. We've installed quite a few at this point on the ONE.2 and our other new frames with the same internal routing it goes fairly easily compared to other internal routing. We provide as large of an opening to do that as possible while keeping the ports small enough to not be overly bulky. There is no need to disassemble any part of the frame and certainly not the entire bike or linkage. Removing the shock (two bolts) may give you a little more room to work. Once you have housing in the frame, changing it is even easier. You can just pull the new one through by connecting it to the existing housing. There's even special strings that are made for just that if you're not comfortable fishing it through all over again. Or you can tape the new housing to the old to make it easier and not have to route it "from scratch." If you are not comfortable doing this yourself or have difficulty, we recommend taking it to your local bike shop or qualified mechanic.
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