Canfield Brothers CAN CAN Freeride Full Suspension

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Weight : 8.5lbs

Product Description

A 5-6” travel Freeride/all mountain frame that use’s “ONE” suspension. Designed with ultra low top tubes and a stronger tube set than the Sauce. Comes with a 1.5” head tube and Maxle 135x12m rear axle.

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