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Jan 1, 2019 at 4:34
Jan 1, 2019
Video: Cotic Bicycles Celebrates 15 Years
@eurospek: There will be an XL BFe in mid-2019.
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Dec 31, 2018 at 0:15
Dec 31, 2018
Video: Cotic Bicycles Celebrates 15 Years
Thanks for the kind words everyone. Means a lot that people appreciate the brand and are stoked on the bikes. Happy New Year!
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Dec 31, 2018 at 0:14
Dec 31, 2018
Video: Cotic Bicycles Celebrates 15 Years
We do XL in most models now and the reach is between 510 and 515 on those with Longshot geometry. How does that sound?
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Oct 11, 2018 at 3:02
Oct 11, 2018
Cotic Launches RocketMAX 29er Enduro Bike
@KennyWatson: Good to know. Look forward to hearing from you when you're closer to the decision.
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Oct 11, 2018 at 3:02
Oct 11, 2018
Cotic Launches RocketMAX 29er Enduro Bike
@Ben-P: Low BB can be a blessing and a curse. It's more stable in corners once you're in the corner, but it's harder to pull the bike back upright again. Low BB became one of those 'Things That Are Good (tm)" because it helps calm down the bike and keep you below the front axle on steep terrain, which when you have a short, steep bike you really want that! On a long 29er where the BB is a long way below the axles, the bike has so much intrinsic stability that a low BB potentially makes it too hard to move around, certainly to move it from edge to edge. You can balance the stability by keeping the BB a reasonable height and dial a little more liveliness back into the handling, because you're not relying on the low BB to keep the rider from going over the bars. There is also the issue of pedalling up climbs. We don't have much in the way of smooth climbs around here and it drive me nuts if I am constantly catching my pedals riding up rocky climbs. The RocketMAX has a 346mm static BB, but once you're on the bike you really wouldn't want it any lower in my opinion. Minimum measurement from BB centre to saddle rail at full pedalling height on a RocketMAX is 69cm. That will be give or take a cm or two depending on what gubbins is on the bottom of your seatpost. That number is based on an X Fusion Manic 150mm dropper. The frame insertion is about 220mm, again depending on actuation parts.
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