Yeah, the fork arch looks very tight. I hope the production forks have more room (but that would mean a completely new lower casting). It would be annoying for an "all mountain" bike to only fit ~2.2" front tires.Steve71 said:I like the idea, but the suspension isn't valved for your weight, terrain and intended purpose. Anything that can be tuned by PUSH will get my money.
I like the look of the frame. What is the tire clearence?
Cummings, I agree, it is not at asthetically pleasing, in fact dam ugly............ But in saying that, have not ridden it, may ride really well.cummings said:Very bad looking imo. I dont like the futuristic, curvy smooth angles, I like the sharp, straight tubed frames. Maybe thats why I never really liked the Nomads. And the red bits look like crap with the biege frame,fork and shock. And the shock looks pretty damn ugly aswell. The fork, from that angled view doesn't look too bad, just change the colour. I'm not against dual crown all-mountain forks, I like them. Now thats just my opinion on the look, I'm not even gonna comment on the feel, could be awesome for all I know, I haven't riden it.
Agree with above, especially the two chicks part.T.Farmer said:I like it, too...And i also think, this is the bike of the future.
Light (and "light" is not 35 lbs like most of the other "long- travel- enduros"), much travel at front and rear and a comfortable geometry so you can ride long distances.
I think that in two years, nearly every bike-company will have developed such a jack-of-all-trades like the 2007 Enduro... :thumbsup:
The design is a question of your own taste (i like it...), let's wait for the first ride...
(First ride, then decide! - Hasn't this been a Slogan of Cannondale...? :skep: -yes, it was the one with the two chicks...:ihih: )