Just gets better and better:TRAIL CYCLING-riding a bike over dirt, gravel or grass-is more exciting than hiking, less dangerous than rock climbing and requires only basic skills. And from coastline to plain to mountain range, trails are multiplying.
And how about this insightful recommendation?:The difference between the numbers involved may sound trivial: Mountain bikes with 29-inch wheels-so-called 29ers-have been the standard for 15 years. Yet this spring, whole fleets of new bikes with 27.5-inch wheels are rolling out. That blade-of-grass-length difference is dividing the best minds and loudest voices in mountain biking.
Hope the east coast peeps are ready for the onslaught of finance-industry dbags "Trail Cycling" on their pimped-out Mojos.THE ASPHALT KING | Jamis Dragon Pro
This is what Mr. Pacenti would ride if he lived in New York. It's a hard-tail bike, meaning it has no rear suspension, which enables it to accelerate quickly-perfect for the stop-and-go pace of city streets, as well as stunts on country trails.