Canfield Brothers Lucky Freeride Full Suspension

5/5 (2 Reviews)
Weight : 11.25lbs (w/ shox)

Product Description

  • Travel - 7-8"
  • TT - 22/23/24
  • ST - 14.5/17/19
  • BBH - 14"
  • HA - 66 degrees
  • WB - 46/47/48
  • Frameset - 7005 Alloy Frame 7075 Links

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    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by wcantwel a Downhiller from marquette, MI

    Date Reviewed: January 15, 2009

    Strengths:    1.5 headtube, 150 mm rear hub spacing, 83 mm Bottom bracket. The frame is well built with attention to detail. VPP suspension. Spot on geometry.

    Weaknesses:    Chainline rub on rear triangle gusset, routing for rear D. is a bit weird. was not able to run a zero stack headset in headtube with fox 40, had to run a reguar cup.

    Bottom Line:   
    The Canfield Lucky is a true beauty of a bike, First few times on it I felt slower than when on my Kona coiler as it eats up everything on the trail. In turn making me more comfortable at higher speeds. Very little pedal bob and brake jack due to suspension being basically VPP. The geometry is spot on, and makes it a great DH/FR bike. Adjustable from 7" to 8" lets you adjust the geo to your liking. If your looking for a hardcore DH/FR rig this is a great performing bike.

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    Favorite Trail:   Bertha

    Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

    Price Paid:    $4100.00

    Purchased At:   custom build

    Similar Products Used:   RM flatline, intense socom, IH 7.7, Kona coiler, intense SS

    Bike Setup:   Canfield lucky with cane creek double barrel, Race face Atlas FR cranks with E-13 LG-1 guide/36T ring. Fox 40 RC2, sunline bars, Hayes stroker 8in rotor front, 6in rear.Azonic outlaw wheels running Maxxis minion 2.5 front, High roller 2.5 rear. sunline bars, thomson elite post and stem.

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by dojo a Downhiller from Burbank,Cali

    Date Reviewed: July 24, 2008

    Strengths:    THE frame is built strong and very nice finish silver ano sic looking and very different.

    Weaknesses:    the chainline rubs a little bit and the front derailure cable rubs but just visual dosnt hurt anything. I have put plasic and velcro to prevent rubbing easy fix...

    Bottom Line:   
    I will say my FREERIDE rig is HEAVY 47LBS. but very strong AS I feel I can step up the level of riding and not worry about a FAILURE AS the Canfield BROs built this frame too RIDE WHATever you can find this bike is SICK in my option and I would buy again and if you are looking for a strong ass frame only a few builders build them like this KNOLLY,BANSHEE,COVE,MOREWOOD,NORCO,TRANSITION,SINISTER the rest will go down once you start going big look at the MTB.REVIEWs you will see....RIDE ON BROTHERS FREERIDE4LIFE

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    Favorite Trail:   G SPOT

    Duration Product Used:   3 months

    Price Paid:    $2400.00

    Purchased At:   H&S BIKES

    Similar Products Used:   MOUNTAIN CYCLE SAN ANDREAS 1, and 2 SIN frames the SAN ANDREAS was strong but the TWO SIN FRAMES showed STRESS FRACTURES AROUND SHOCK MOUNT THAT SUCKED all in a YEAR in a half..

    Bike Setup:   AVALANCHE SUSP FRONT AND REAR hope mono 6 ti brakes xo shifters and rear der. bombshell whells saint cranks,

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