IIRC, it is a horst link. Pivot located on the chainstay below the dropout within a certain number of mm of the dropout...was it 15mm? I don't recall.006_007 said:Pretty video editing. misleading information (Four Bar Horst Link Rear????)
You don't know how awesome this is to read for me! It was a snap decision to order a blowout Endorphin frame versus wait for the next/newest/bestest thing. Also decided on a 36 float for it...screw the talas, if need be I'll adjust it down to 150mm. Don't think it'll be necessary though.LeeL said:I review bikes for various magazines and, without bragging, freely admit I can ride any bike I want at any time and without thought for bling. My personal bike is a Knolly Endorphin also. Like that reviewer I thought anything less than a Fox 36 was undergunned
I don't think Spoke did their own measurments and took it straight off the Knolly site at the time. AFAIK, there haven't been any changes to the Endorphin, just the realization that most people are going to use a bigger fork with this frame, and the current geo chart now reflects that.Marshall Willanholly said:I noticed in the review posted by mattypee, they say the head tube angle is 68.5°, but the Knolly site says 67°. Has the geometry changed for 2011?