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Canfield Brothers Jedi

The heavily updated 2014 Canfield Brothers Jedi. Featuring a new sleeker front end, 12.5mm longer toptube, increased travel to 230mm, linear progression rate and 63 degree headangle. All making the this the most confidence inspiring Jedi yet!

The Jedi was given the unnatural ability to maintain its speed and actually accelerate in rough terrain. Not only does it gain momentum, but the rider’s pedaling forces are completely isolated from the bikes suspension movements. This is all possible by combining vertical with rearward travel. The right combination of 9″ vertical mixed with 2.5” of rearward travel gives the JEDI the ability to “shrug” off any square edge impact that would slow down other designs. The bike simply glances off of impacts and keeps accelerating. To further keep the rider in control and keep suspension forces isolated, the JEDI also runs a idler pulley which completely negates any pedal feedback associated with a wheelbase lengthening design.


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Features:

  • Ÿ7005 aluminum
  • ŸFormula 1 Suspension
  • Ÿ9” vertical plus 2.5” rearward travel
  • ŸNew linear suspension rate
  • ŸNew polished logos
  • ŸTitanium idler pulley cog
  • Durable Ÿ20mm max bearings
  • ŸReplaceable rear derailleur hanger
  • ŸAvailable in Small, Medium and Large

Metric Small Medium Large
Top Tube Length (Effective) A 559mm 584mm 610mm
Top Tube Length (Actual) B 493mm 520mm 549mm
Reach C 394mm 419mm 445mm
Standover Height D 698.5mm 698.5mm 698.5mm
Seat Tube Length E 394mm 419mm 445mm
Wheel Base F 1140mm 1167mm 1197mm
Head Tube Angle (Internal Headset) G 63.3° 63.3° 63.3°
Head Tube Angle (External Headset) H 62.7° 62.7° 62.7°
Seat Tube Angle I
Chainstay Length J 405mm 405mm 405mm
Bottom Bracket Height K 350.52mm 350.52mm 350.52mm
Head Tube length L 110mm 115mm 125mm
*Geo based on 570mm axle to crown fork (Fox 40)

Standard Small Medium Large
Top Tube Length (Effective) A 22 23 24
Top Tube Length (Actual) B 19.41 20.49 21.63
Reach C 15.5 16.5 17.5
Standover Height D 27.5 27.5 27.5
Seat Tube Length E 15.5 16.5 17.5
Wheel Base F 44.9 46 47.1
Head Tube Angle (Internal Headset) G 63.3° 63.3° 63.3°
Head Tube Angle (External Headset) H 62.7° 62.7° 62.7°
Seat Tube Angle I
Chainstay Length J 16 16 16
Bottom Bracket Height K 13.8 13.8 13.8
Head Tube length L 4.33 4.53 4.92
*Geo based on 570mm axle to crown fork (Fox 40)

F1-Jedi-Geometry


Build Specs:

  • ŸCane Creek Double Barrel Coil included
  • ŸShock Specs – 240mm x 76mm, (22mm x 8mm hardware)
  • ŸRecommend fork length – 8”
  • ŸHeadset – 1.5” (49.6mm)
  • ŸBottom bracket – 83mm
  • ŸSeatpost – 30.9mm
  • ŸSeatpost clamp – 35mm
  • Rear spacing – Ÿ150mmx12mm, (axle included)
  • ŸBrake Mount – IS, international standard
  • ŸRear Derailluer – We recommend a short cage for tighter chain tension.
  • ŸOnly one chain is needed, typically you will remove 4-6 links off of most chains
  • ŸCustom wide angle ISCG 05 MRP G3 chain guide included

Canfield Brothers AM/DH Crank, MRP Bling Ring set up guide:

  • Install the BB with no BB spacers.
  • Install the supplied MRP chainguide with no spacers behind the guide.
  • Add one 1mm spindle spacer on the drive side of the crank spline.
  • Install cranks, tighten until the M8 crank bolt on the non driveside crank arm bottoms out.



“Without a doubt the Jedi has fast open descending in mind. The rearward wheel path and geometry helped make this bike comfortable eating up big hits at high speeds. With the intention of making this a World Cup-worthy downhill race bike, the Canfields wanted the Jedi to gobble up rough chunder and carry speed over rocks and roots. With 2.5 inches of rearward travel we’d say that it does this well…”

-Decline Magazine, November/December 2012 Issue. Full Review


“The Jedi was a bike I had gotten after swapping around on different frames, all others having the same result, nice plush suspension that never felt “efficient”. It took only 1 run on the Jedi to see its magic, I felt way more comfortable and the speed it would generate was alarming. After getting used to it, I felt that this was the best DH rig I had purchased. I am on my 3rd one and absolutely love them. Rearward travel is the future, especially on the rocky terrain of the East Coast.”

    Podiums aboard my Jedi’s

  • Ÿ 12 slalom wins consecutively
  • Ÿ US open first place in DH
  • Ÿ 2 Diablo Dh Series Overalls
  • Ÿ 3rd place Pro GRT 2012
  • Ÿ 2 years of consistent DH podiums

-Justin Brigandi – NJ USA


“First off I am not a professional rider nor claim to be. I know each rider has something different he likes, so with that in mind if you are looking for rock gobbling, fluid, crazy control that can take the steepest rocky downhills as well as climb and pedal then you are looking for what I search for. This bike feels far better than any bike I’ve been on and I’ve tried most of them. It is kind of unreal. I attribute that partly to the rearward travel. Half of the riding I do is DH and the other half is on technical, steep, and flat trails and it handles them better than my all-mountain bike used to. My expectations were high and this bike continues to exceeded them all. Canfield is also an amazing company to work with.”

-Dayne Grant, Colorado


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