Discussion in 'Mountain Biking, Trials and BMX' started by dan_bo, 9 Nov 2017.
I liked that very much
Sounds about right!
Warning NSFW, he swears a bit.
Excellent wish I knew what he was really on about though .
Wonder what happened to his teeth.
I cannot imagine any experienced cyclist would not notice the difference between a 29er and a 26.
There is a noticeable differences when riding trails, mostly on rolling resistance and agility. The 29'ers roll a good bit better on the rough stuff and 26'ers are more agile in the twisties. 650b's, unsurprisingly are somewhere in the middle.
Marketing has of course magnified these differences hugely.
Glad we agree that they ride very differently. When does educating become marketing.
May a true word...
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