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Race Tech: MTB Nationals #1, April 2, 2007

Cannondale introduces the Taurine
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Beefy chain stays mate with relatively slender seat stays
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Naturally, Cannondale equips its top-end Taurine
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A beefy head tube houses integrated headset bearings.
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Lots of carbon fiber
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The Taurine is outfitted with Cannondale's Si integrated crankset.
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Cannondale's Lefty XC3 SI stem
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The Head Wrench multitool tucks in the top of the steerer tube…
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…and neatly incorporates all of your commonly needed tools
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Cannondale's new Caffeine 29er hardtail
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Fox isn't showing off its 2008 wares until Sea Otter?
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The new fork features a new crown and lower legs
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Not much material left back here
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Just like Marzocchi and Rock Shox
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Team Maxxis riders Geoff Kabush and Mathieu Toulouse
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The new Sewanee uses asymmetrical chain stays
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Larger sizes keep the BB-located main pivot
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Smaller sizes, however, skip the BB pivot altogether
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Mechanics are people, too.
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New diamond-shaped top tube on the Litespeed Sewanee.
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A clean head tube gusset strengthens the front end
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Hayes introduces its new Stroker hydraulic disc brake platform.
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The new caliper is a two-piece affair
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Subaru-Gary Fisher's Willow Koerber
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Kenda's new Side Wall Shield (SWS)
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As a side benefit, the glass beads used
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The Kenda Small Block Eight
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Kenda hits the race circuit with a fleet of demo bikes
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Crank Brothers now offers shortened spindles
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