Commencal Bicycles El Camino S XC Full Suspension

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Commencal El Camino S Suspension Bike For those who, in addition to ride an efficient bike, are looking for a comfortable, all-arounder and even grippier bike, COMMENCAL has created the El Camino S. With this full suspension frame, in triple butted 6061 aluminum, which respectively offers 100mm and 120mm of travel rear and front thanks to the X-Fusion shock and the RST Blaze fork, the El Camino S pushes a little further what an El Camino can do A little more nimble, absorbing more shocks and rough terrains, this bike is what you need for a nice outing on the hills. Frame: Premier S/Super 4 Full Suspension Frame 100mm. Shock: X-Fusion E1 Rl W/Lockout. Fork: Rst Blaze 26 quot; Ml Lockout Ti Finish, 120mm. Headset: Neco Integrated Campy Style. Stem: Commencal Camino Os . Bars: Commencal Camino 1 quot;Os 6061, 660/680mm. Grips: Commencal W/O Lock On. Brakes: Tektro Hdc300 Hydraulic Disc Brake. Shifters: Sram X5 9spd. Chain Device: Shimano Acera 3x9 . Rear Mech: Ar Sram X5 9spd

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Love my El Camino's but...

I think I'm done with them. I've never had a problem with them EXCEPT when changing pads. Every time I change pads either I F up the pads or the caliper. I got so ticked off tonight that I took the rear off and went old skool HFX Mag XC on the bike. That brake is 10 years old and is easy as pie ... Read More »

El Camino's on a Rush ??

I've found a set of 2006 Hayes El Camino brakes for a good price that I was thinking of putting on my Rush . I currently have the stock Haye's brakes from my 2001 Jekyll on the Rush and was thinking that as Haye's high end brake set , this would be an improvement . BUT , after doing some researc ... Read More »

should i buy el camino's

A buddy as a set of used camino's, he sell the complete set (front and rear) only 80$. I know that the brake need new brake pads and two pistons in the calipers need to be changed for about 45$ at the shop including complete disassemble/reassemble and bleeding....... should i make the move to ... Read More »

X-thread - El Camino's and Goodridge

I put El Camino’s on my new Spot that I got a few months ago. These are my first disc brakes, so I have no other reference other than the two demo bikes I tried. The Spot demo had brand-new Juicy 7’s which worked great. The Flux demo had J-7’s with some miles on them, and they were horrible! I ... Read More »

How are the El Camino's

Has anyone tried these brakes who can give a comparison between them and Juicy's or Margura's? I've had a set of Hayes brakes for five years (?) or more. New pads and I get the fluid changed about every 12 to 16 months and they still stop the bike. Instead of modulation I 'feather the brakes' brief ... Read More »

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