Canfield Tilt Review - Singletracks
Singletracks testers Matt Miller and Chris Schieffer have been smashing up and down Colorado's Front Range (and as far away as Copper Harbor, MI) aboard our mid-travel 29er trail bike, the Canfield Tilt.
The Tilt has been undergoing testing for several months as part of Singletracks' "Mid-Travel Mountain Bike Mashup," and the verdict is finally in, with the headline calling out, "Amazing Suspension for Endless Traction."
"We marveled at how effortlessly the Tilt rolled through messy rock gardens. The CBF suspension gives endless traction and predictability. In short, the Tilt feels awesome clawing up technical climbs."
Testers also noted that the bike was just as at home on smooth climbs thanks to the CBF's "supportive and peppy nature."
The review goes on to say that Tilt is also a fun, capable descender, praising its ability to "maintain speed through really chunky trail" and its sporty, playful handling thanks to the signature Canfield geo. "...the Tilt met our expectations for descending, and surpassed them a bit with its agility."
The full review goes into detail on build spec, color and more, and there's a video as well with additional discussion of the bike's merits and even some footage of the Tilt in action.
Head on over to Singletracks to read (and watch) the full review.
29" // 138mm // CBF™