- Canfield Yelli Screamy
erm…too much of a coincidence?Posted 6 years agoandylMember
bigdugsbaws – Member
Yes I can use the search function but my only known source is to import the frame directly.
Anyone have experience of a YS?
Don’t get your knickers in a twist! Your thread was at the top of the new posts and that one was right below it with a few replies answering part of your question which was spooky as it’s not exactly a common frame to ask about. If I was telling you to search I would have said ‘search’. I was merely pointing out the coincidence and giving you the link 🙄Posted 6 years ago
Seems si was talking pants when he told me they weren’t making any more yelli’s then.
that was what i was told, but it seems the yelli was popular over in the US.
I only sold a couple of Yelli frames, and no N9 to date, so no chance of any UK feedback on the N9 i’m afraid 🙁Posted 6 years agocheers_driveMember
I’ve been toying with the idea of a Yelli or Banshee Paradox for a while as I don’t want a straight out race / marathon 29er HT.Posted 6 years ago
My local trails are tight and twisty with some slow technical DHs with very tight corners. Although the short chainstays sound like just the ticket my concern is the slack head angles will make it less agile.
Any feedback on how a Yelli (or Paradox) performs in tight twisty trails?
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