Knolly Chilcotin Frame

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    “2012 Knolly Chilcotin in XL”

    The Good:

    Amazing All Around AM Frame with a DH bikes heart

    The Bad:

    Fireroads and general XC not as fun

    Overall Review:

    Looks are about personal preference and I'll start by saying I think this frame looks as good or better than any other, but again, that's what I prefer. On to performance. I'll say that the reviews out there about technical climbing, and performs like a DH on the descent are spot on.......in fact, I'm no pro, I'm just a 6'7" 220lb 40 year old out to have as much fun on "one" bike as I can. The first time I rode this bike was on a local XC type loop that has some spots for technical climbing and decending and let me tell you, it was amazing how well the bike stays planted and in it's place. Climbing boulders, droping down rocky sections, up Read More »

    Overall Review:

    Looks are about personal preference and I'll start by saying I think this frame looks as good or better than any other, but again, that's what I prefer. On to performance. I'll say that the reviews out there about technical climbing, and performs like a DH on the descent are spot on.......in fact, I'm no pro, I'm just a 6'7" 220lb 40 year old out to have as much fun on "one" bike as I can. The first time I rode this bike was on a local XC type loop that has some spots for technical climbing and decending and let me tell you, it was amazing how well the bike stays planted and in it's place. Climbing boulders, droping down rocky sections, up technical rooty spots, this thing just grabs on and stays put............now, climb a fire road or boring hill and it's not fun, it feels a little slow even though it's right close to 30lbs all built up. Second up, I took it to the bike park...................oh my!! Confidence, check...........traction, check...........jumps/drops, check...........the suspension design is quite amazing! I am a knolly believer!!

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    Specifications

    Riding Type Trail
    Sizes and Geometry

    S, M, L, XL View Geometry

    Size S M L XL
    Top Tube Length 22.4 23.5 24.6 25.3
    Head Tube Angle 67° / 66° 67° / 66° 67° / 66° 67° / 66°
    Head Tube Length 4.2 4.6 4.6 4.9
    Seat Tube Angle 73° 73° 73° 73°
    Seat Tube Length 15.0 16.9 19.0 20.4
    Bottom Bracket Height 13.8 / 13.4 13.8 / 13.4 13.8 / 13.4 13.8 / 13.4
    Chainstay Length 16.9 16.9 16.9 16.9
    Wheelbase 43.9 45.0 46.1 46.7
    Standover 28.3 28.7 29.2 30.0
    Reach 15.6 16.5 17.6 18.2
    Stack 22.5 23.0 23.0 23.2
    Frame Material
    Rear Travel 160mm
    Rear Shock
    Head Tube Diameter 1.5"
    Bottom Bracket
    Rear Dropout / Hub Dimensions 142mm x 12mm Thru Axle
    Front Derailleur Size
    Seat Post Diameter 31.6mm
    Max Tire Size 26" x 2.5"
    ISCG Tabs ISCG05 (Replaceable)
    Bottle Cage Mounts Yes
    Colors Day Glow Yellow, White, Blue, Raw, or Anodized Black
    Warranty
    Weight

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    Price N/A
    More Info Knolly website

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