[EES Punta Ala] Ines Thoma’s Canyon Strive Bike Check

[EES Punta Ala] Ines Thoma’s Canyon Strive Bike Check

07/05/2015
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07/05/2015

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Ines Thoma is one of the fastest ladies in the world on the Enduro race circuit. Whilst in Punta Ala at the European Enduro Series she let us have a look at her Canyon Strive Carbon race bike.

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This beauty is one sweat looking bike, available as you see it here off the shelf.

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Ines runs Mavic Crossmax wheels, tubeless front and rear.

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Ergon grips and her shape shifter control

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The front of the head tube is wide and has pleasing lines.

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Ines runs the small platform form of Shimano’s XTR pedals.

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A carbon railed Ergon saddle, saving weight.

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Renthal’s Apex Zero gap stem and Carbon Fatbar.

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A Pike fork and Mavic Tyre up front.

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A highspeed rolling Rock Razor Behind from Schwalbe.

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SRAM XX1 shifter, set to zero on the angle.

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Her shape shifter control cable, enters the frame here.

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30 percent sag behind.

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20-25 percent sag up front.

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SRAM Xsync 32T chain ring with direct spiderless mount.

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A RockShox Monarch Plus.

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The Shape shifter link that adapts to travel.

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This bike has been approved somewhere before…

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Under frame guard, protecting from rock smashes etc.

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Reverb control for the seat post with some gripper surface tape.

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Ines has the SRAM Ultimate Guide brakes.

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This is how close she runs them to the bar.

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The pressure valve for controlling how the shape shifter works.

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Guide Ultimate caliper.

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SRAM XX1 shifting.

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Thanks Ines, as she stands on the beach in Punta Ala.

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