The Knolly Warden sits smack dab in between the 140mm Knolly Endorphin and 160mm Knolly Chilcotin, the new Warden takes the best of both frames and adds the highly anticipated 27.5" wheel size. Features such as an adjustable bottom bracket height and head angle via shock position (same as Knolly Chilcotin) allow the rider to fine tune the geometry to whatever conditions you may encounter. Throw it in the steeper 67 degree head angle and 13.7" (337mm) bottom bracket height for a nimble trail bike or slam it down into the 66 degree and super low 13.3" (345mm) when you are ready to slay the steepest, most technical terrain that will be annihilated by the low stature of this frame and amazingly plush Four by 4 suspension! The Knolly Warden also blends the best of tubesets from both of it's immediate brothers (Knolly Endorphin and Knolly Chilcotin) to give you the lightest frame possible (6.75lbs) without making any sacrifices to stiffness which is paramount on a frame like this.
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o.k , so I posted on here earlier looking for trails to ride in K country . Your responses were good . We drove down to the Canmore condo and I decided we should go find the wardens cabin at lake Minnewanka , and then the next day see what Kananaskis had to offer .
I have been down the Minnewank ... Read More »
Not much detail about the size of the animal
[B]Warden kills mountain lion in Los Gatos neighborhood near Hwy 85[/B]
By Leslie Griffy
Article Launched: 01/22/2008 08:45:28 AM PST
A warden shot and killed a mo ... Read More »
I recently started riding down in Warden Woods in the Warden/St. Clair area of Scarborough. There were lot's of little features, skinnies, jump and such to keep a guy interested.
Anyways, I just got back from there and it appears that someone has gone and destroyed virtually every singl ... Read More »