The Good: Bottomless suspension, lightning fast, jumps great, tight turns, sexy
The Bad: Can't think of one..Overall Review: I just started riding this past summer and this bike has dramatically accelerated my progress. The Jedi is such a smooth ride, the build quality and attention to detail the Canfield brothers put into this frame is incredible. Whether you're blasting through a flowy section and hitting jumps or destroying a rocky technical section, the Jedi inspires pure confidence. Nothing slows this thing down, it just wants to go faster and faster! Nothing feels better than trusting this animal, letting off the breaks and blazing past friends that have been biking for years. Props to the Brothers for this one, definitely a customer for life.
The Good: ~160mm rotor is a scant 99g
~Titanium bolts are just 7g total
~ No noise
~ Powerful bite, at lever pull
~ Alloy rotor hub carrier is a one large heat sink
~ Thick, standard 2mm steel rotor surface
~ Perforated surface effectively sheds water and heat
The Bad: ~ Not cheap, but true QUALITY never is!Overall Review: After making hydraulic disc brakes for over a decade - Avid has finally collected all their years of research and race-inspired wisdom to produce what I call their finest rotor. The HSX is silent and stops on a dime. I realize there is lots of Avid hate out there....but this rotor simply does not warrant such product animosity. Avid took an already fine-performing rotor(HS1) and increased its descending ability threefold. The new hub carrier acts as a huge heat sink and "floating" type rotor construction(ala' motorbikes) makes the disc stop with ruthless efficiency, under all conditions. End of story....
The Good: Everything! Can't find a single thing bad...
The Bad: Just wished I was able to give these away to my bro's as Christmas stocking stuffers..Overall Review: incredibly Light, beefed up where needs to be, just the right amount of pedal surface area, well-thought out pin placement and choice of pins, superior bearings, ultra thin, sexy look, can take a beating, and most importantly, they work amazing! Tried all other pedals. Canfield has the midas touch, their products are top notch! You won't regret investing in a pair of these!
The Good: Virtually indestructible. Grip like melted sugar Popsicle on summer day.
The Bad: Eventually broken pins get tough to replaceOverall Review: I will never ride with clips again. I road clipped in for ten years. Once I made the switch to flats... Life changing.
The Good: 1) reach adjust
The Bad: 1) contact pad adjust
2) braking power (compared to Shimanos)
The Good: Lightweight, soft but durable, sticky/grippy, all-terrain
The Bad: Nothing so farOverall Review: Received a set of these rippers from www.gretnabikes.com and these tires from www.onzatires.com really do climb and descend the roughest terrain better then any tire I've used. Ibex is a good name for these tires because they give you traction and stability just as the wild Ibex goat needs while climbing in the European Alps. I ride a 26"all-mountain style machine and enjoy riding all styles especially technical rooty/rocky sections and fast flowing single track and these rubbers have held up incredibly well. I set them up tubeless out of the box without any problem and have been running about 25ish pounds. Before these tires Read More »