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650B vs 29er
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Re: 650B vs 29er 2 years ago #42510

YOU NEED A 29ER!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Re: 650B vs 29er 2 years ago #42511

Every time a rider sits on a niner for the first time God kills a puppy. I do not want to be responsible for killing puppies.
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650b, I'm ready to drink the kool aid.
lowly shop broom pusher since 2000

Re: 650B vs 29er 2 years ago #42512

KB Voodoo, what wheels are you riding on yours? Stans?
lowly shop broom pusher since 2000

Re: 650B vs 29er 2 years ago #42513

indigo22 wrote:
KB Voodoo, what wheels are you riding on yours? Stans?


You need a 29'er!

Shouldn't you be on your way to Sprauge Brook?

Re: 650B vs 29er 2 years ago #42521

lowly shop broom pusher since 2000

Re: 650B vs 29er 2 years ago #42529

indigo22 wrote:
KB Voodoo, what wheels are you riding on yours? Stans?


Stan's Crest with Hope hubs, built by Eric Barlow.
The 1970's: No knee pads, helmets, brakes, or over cautious soccer mom's. It's just how we rolled...

Re: 650B vs 29er 2 years ago #42550

Re: 650B vs 29er 2 years ago #42565

Maxxis goes 27.5

www.pinkbike.com/news/Eurobike-2012-products-random.html

There are also rumors that KHS has a 650b DH bike being raced at the world championships this weekend.

Re: 650B vs 29er 2 years ago #42594

The Scott 11 team was on 650b wheels all week at the Worlds




http://p.vitalmtb.com/photos/users/2/photos/42167/s780_scottkids.jpg?1346791597
Last Edit: 2 years ago by boogenman.

Re: 650B vs 29er 2 years ago #42608

lowly shop broom pusher since 2000

Re: 650B vs 29er 2 years ago #42630

http://http://fstatic1.mtb-news.de/f/4x/ip/4xipcqv23xkx/large_Eurobike_2012_Maxxis_-_4808.jpg?0

I think the image links are broken?

Maxxis 27.5 High Roller 2
Last Edit: 2 years ago by boogenman.

Re: 650B vs 29er 2 years ago #42633

boogenman wrote:
http://http://fstatic1.mtb-news.de/f/4x/ip/4xipcqv23xkx/large_Eurobike_2012_Maxxis_-_4808.jpg?0

I think the image links are broken?

Maxxis 27.5 High Roller 2


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