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Here it is, Canfield Bikes' All-New ONE.2 Downhill Bike 12

Capable of being a 29er, 27.5-inch or a mullet bike, the Canfield One.2 looks ready for gravity domination.

Here it is, Canfield Bikes' All-New ONE.2 Downhill Bike

Canfield Bikes is proud to introduce the all-new 2020 ONE.2 downhill bike. The first DH bike built around the patented Canfield Balance Formula suspension system, the ONE.2 boasts eight inches of travel front and rear and is designed to accept both 29 and 27.5-inch wheels.

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Canfield’s latest DH weapon is engineered to take on the roughest race tracks and biggest bike-park lines with confidence. Thanks to the ultra-efficient CBF tuned linkage, it pedals like no bike with eight inches of travel should to ensure no pedal stroke is wasted, whether it’s sprinting across the finish line or into the next jump.

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“We’re excited to present an all-new downhill bike for 2020,” said Lance Canfield, CEO and designer. “It draws on the heritage of the original The One as well as the brand’s roots in DH and freeride with a modern take.”

Channeling the pedigree of the original Canfield The One, the ONE.2 is designed to be as versatile as it is capable. By default, it’s a 29-inch downhill bike with 203 millimeters of travel. But in addition to being able to accept two wheel sizes (or a combination for those that prefer a mullet setup), it can be set up to earn its turns. Rear travel can be reduced to 190 millimeters by short-stroking the shock and can be matched with a 180 or 190-millimeter front fork. Stealth cable routing allows for the addition of a dropper post for the ultimate pedal-able freeride machine that doesn’t need to rely on chairlifts or shuttles.

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A slack 63-degree head-angle and generous reach across all sizes make it easy to find the sweet spot in the attack position, and 17.3-inch chainstays strike a balance between stability and agility. Premium Öhlins suspension complements the ride qualities of CBF. Details like internal cable routing featuring machined interchangeable ports to accommodate different cable configurations and a custom chainstay protector tie it all together.

2020 CANFIELD ONE.2 PRICING, FEATURES, SPECS + GEO

PRICING

  • COMPLETE: $4,999.99 PRE-ORDER ($5,299.99 MSRP)
  • FRAME, SHOCK & FORK: $3,449.99 PRE-ORDER ($3,699.99 MSRP)
  • FRAME & SHOCK: $2,099.99 PRE-ORDER ($2,299.99 MSRP)

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FEATURES

  • 29” / 27.5” Downhill/Freeride
  • 7005 aluminum with CNC links
  • Patented Canfield Balance Formula™ Suspension
  • 203mm/190mm travel
  • Frame Includes Öhlins TTX22 Coil 
  • Internal Cable Routing w/ Interchangeable Ports
  • Custom Chainstay Protector
  • 1.5" headtube
  • 20mm pivot bearings
  • Replaceable rear derailleur hanger, spare hanger included
  • Available in Bentonite Grey with orange links, or Avalanche White with black links
  • Available in three sizes

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COMPLETE BIKE FACTORY BUILD

  • Fork: Öhlins DH -200mm, 29er, Boost
  • Rear Shock: Öhlins TTX22 Coil 
  • Wheels: Spank Vibrocore 350 front / 359 rear
  • Tires: Maxxis Assegai 29x2.5 WT DH casing
  • Shifter: SRAM XO1 DH 7spd
  • Derailleur: SRAM GX1 DH 7spd
  • Cassette: SRAM PG720 DH 11-25
  • Cranks: Canfield 165mm w/ 34T ring
  • Chainguide: MRP G4 Alloy 32-36T
  • Bar: Spank Spike Vibrocore 800mm, 15mm rise
  • Stem: Spank DM 40 Limited Edition
  • Grips: Spank Spike 30mm
  • Brakes: SRAM Code R 
  • Rotors: SRAM Centerline 200mm
  • Seatpost: Spank Custom
  • Saddle: Custom Canfield SDG Radar MTN
  • Seatpost Clamp: Canfield

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FRAME SPECS

  • Shock Specs: Metric: 250mm x 75mm (203mm), 250 x 70mm (190mm) (20mmX8mm/40mmX8mm hardware)
  • Recommend fork length: 180mm – 200mm
  • Headset: 49.6 mm upper/lower
  • Bottom bracket: 83mm, threaded
  • Seatpost: 30.9mm, stealth dropper compatible
  • Seatpost clamp: 35mm
  • Rear dropouts: 150mm x 12mm, Canfield axle included
  • 20mm pivot bearings
  • ISCG 05
  • Brake mount: IS 160mm

Go to canfieldbikes.com for more information.

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