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TOPIC: Are 26ers dead?

Are 26ers dead? 2 years 3 weeks ago #43830

Should be fun trying to find the answer....
Not very fast but havin' fun!
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Re: Are 26ers dead? 2 years 3 weeks ago #43831

So is that the Pisgah, Tsali, DuPont bomber? Dang, I wish had my new frame. You're going to be the odd ball being the only one riding little wheels.
Last Edit: 2 years 3 weeks ago by Scotto.
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Re: Are 26ers dead? 2 years 3 weeks ago #43832

I still have my Truth!

Penguin
Mommy- theres a root on the trail! Make it go away! I want my Binkie
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Re: Are 26ers dead? 2 years 3 weeks ago #43833

They're ok for like a park bike. But when long distances are involved you're gonna want all the efficiency you can get.
Opinions are like pimples, they vary in amount and cover different areas.

There is no or, you're going to lose it.
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Re: Are 26ers dead? 2 years 2 weeks ago #43834

I'm still on these so called little wheels. My next bike will also have little wheels or maybe 27.5.

Once you get some time on the bike I am interested to hear about your fork. Xfusion is becoming a big player in the market.
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Re: Are 26ers dead? 2 years 2 weeks ago #43835

Hey Boogenman, Long straight 210cm ski's will still get you down the ski slopes too but it doesn't mean it's the best way these days.
Sliders Guy
Colden, NY

Chains and shifters are history.
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