THE ALL-NEW CANFIELD ONE.2 | THE WORLD'S FIRST CBF DOWNHILL BIKE

Canfield Brothers Announces First-Ever Factory Builds

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We’re excited to make the legendary performance of our frames accessible to more riders. While many riders enjoy the complete customization of a frame-up project, there are a lot of people looking for a solid build out of the box. Our goal was to put together bikes that we would ride, bikes without any ‘take-off’ parts, at a realistic price.

Canfield Brothers Jedi Factory Build
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The Jedi, Canfield Brothers' flagship downhill race bike, will ship with a Shimano Zee groupset, Race Face cockpit, Maxxis tires, Cane Creek DB Coil rear shock and RockShox Boxxer World Cup fork.
Factory Direct Price: $4,999 (MSRP: $5,999)

Canfield Brothers Balance Factory Build
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Canfield Brothers Toir* Factory Build
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The Balance and Toir*, Canfield Brothers' 27.5 and 29-inch all-mountain bikes featuring patented CBF suspension, will ship with a Shimano XT groupset, Race Face cockpit and dropper, Maxxis tires, Cane Creek DB Air CS rear shock and RockShox 27.5" Lyrik or Pike (Balance) or 29" Pike (Riot).
Factory Direct Price: $4,499 (MSRP: $5,499)

Canfield Brothers EPO Factory Build
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The EPO, Canfield Brothers' carbon all-mountain hardtail 29er, will ship with a Shimano XT groupset, Race Face cockpit, Maxxis tires and RockShox Pike fork.
Factory Direct Price: $3,699, (MSRP: $5,999)

Wheels and cranksets for all Factory Builds will all be Canfield Brothers' own C2 Components.

You can now pull the trigger without second guessing your build or having to choose between performance and price. These builds are very close to what the 'Bros run on their own bikes, set up to be tough and worry free.

Canfield Brothers Factory Builds Components Detail

The 2016 Canfield Brothers Factory Builds are available exclusively at our webstore.

All Canfield Brothers bikes are also available as frame and shock only or with a variety of frame, fork and component packages.

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*Due to a trademark conflict, the Riot was renamed the Toir in May, 2017.


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