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    Monkey SkullCrack's Avatar
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    Have some $$$ burning a hole in your pocket?


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    which company is that?


    and sad to give up a business for health reasons
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    Chumba is my guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by W4S View Post
    Chumba is my guess.
    Good call.


    Yeah, that sucks.

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    Nemesis Project
    Industry 9 wheels for sale

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    Hardy har har
    Recent graduate of the Handsome Boy Modeling School

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    Sad news indeed. Whoever it is...
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    The internet sounds like a tough place to ride.

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    Very sad Heard good things about the CHUMBA EVO G2 Frame

    from the site
    Unlimited possibilities. The EVO G2 is a long culmination of several years of R&D, including out-of-the-box thinking that has lead to the most customizable, innovative frame on the marketplace today. With the recognition that mountain bikers are becoming increasingly sophisticated and nuanced about their equipment, the EVO G2 recognizes the subtleties that lead to distinction in performance and quality.

    While other frames make no distinction in suspension design whether using the linear rate of a coil shock or the progressive rate of an air shock, the EVO G2 is the first bike to make adjustments to the frame to account for the widely varying feels of the two shocks depending on which one you are using. Combine this feature with adjustable dropouts, a proprietary dual-link system, and immaculate craftsmanship, and few bikes will offer the experience afforded by the EVO G2.

    A step forward in celebration of our sport, technology, and ever-increasing refinement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daisycutter View Post
    widely varying feels


    Hope for the best. Great looking frames, but always seemed a bit behind the times. The new dual parallelogram stuff could be cool, or awful. I like the concept of a varied leverage rate though.

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