yeah...and with MARY BARS!!! what??!?!?!xl_cheese said:http://www.cyclingnews.com/mtbphotos.php?id=/photos/2007/feb07/masomenos/13DSCN5659
Caught in action in our Texas series opener. Lots of 29ers in the pro/semi pro class.
Trek doesn't "own" the tag, "69er" and it isn't necessarily indicative of a hardtail or full suspension bike. It's a generic term for any mountain bike with a 26 inch rear and 29 inch front tire. Maybe you know that and are being sarcastic....dunno, whatever the case may be, you come off as being mis informed.C-Dog29 said:Um, guys im going to have to burst your bubble. That is not a Trek 69er. Last time I looked it was a single speed hardtail. The bike shown is a dualie 29er of some sort. :nono:
Ummm yup!~martini~ said:And I'll be polite and not post the other one...ahem. Too much of your whiskey there Dave?
Jeez Dave!!!! So let me guess, you're thinking that maybe your clothes will be stolen instead of the bike at GDR this year and you're training for every possible scenario.....teamdicky said:Polite hell.
I can't tell. What are you running up front there Dave???
Of offset, Dave? Fork offset in that range is unheard of on a 29"er susser! Maybe Rock Shox is playing around with a different offset for the Reba. It'd make sense with the new Manitou coming out and before long a Fox fork.SlowerThenSnot said:Ummm yup!
The fork was a reba with a 51mm crown or 57mm I can't remember what TB said.....
We aren't going to have any of these hi-jinx at T.I.V3, are we Dave?Prob the whiskey is why I can't remember...