26" bikes are the industry standard and have been for years. It takes time for a new and better product to penetrate the market. Nevertheless, 29" bikes will grow and spread as the benefits become apparent to the general riding public.Aldone said:Hello I'm interested in buying a 29" wheel new bike, I read most of the topics and i have a stupid question:
If 29" are so good why 99% of the riders use 26" bikes ??
35 is young????29erchico said:. By your interest in urban assult and dirt jumping I feel it is safe to assume that you are pretty young. What really surprises me is that the majority of 29er haters are young riders. I thought that young people were MORE inclined to have open minds???
Sorry but what's a troll ??29erchico said:Padre is right: this smells like you may be a troll.
You must not be a typical "American Consumer"Wish I Were Riding said:Very good points about the "Clicker" experience.
I don't think 29ers are going away though. Even if we never got better tires, rims, and forks, there are enough good ones already that you everyone here will keep rolling along happy.
You will not regret it.
P.S. a Troll is someone who posts something so stupid are argumentative, that everyone jumps in with their 2 cents (and the troll just sits back and laughs).