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Kona's Raijin titanium 29er mountain bike with sliding dropouts. Made by Lynskey. Get in...
Diamondback Breaks Tradition With Mason - Long-Travel ...
Over a year ago, Diamondback showed a prototype long-travel 29er hardtail freerider at Interbike called 'the Dixon' that the designers put together just for 'defecation and smiles.' After a name change and a few thousand dirt jump and trail riding miles in the Pacific Northwest under Diamondback product manager Jon Kennedy, the decision was made to put the bike into production. Kennedy says that, ' the bike was absolutely fun to ride. It had to be in the Diamondback lineup.'
Diamondback's Mason 29er sports a 66.25-degree head angle, a short 17-inch seat stay and a...
MTB Trends: The Rise of 29ers and Long Travel Bikes ...
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Date: 2017-03-30 19:02:02
are long travel hardtails dead ? « Singletrack Forum
I just built up a BFe with 150mm forks, didn't give a 29er a thought. Wanted a bike where I could potentially swap components onto other bikes.
Posted 4 years ago #
LTHT seems to be a British thing. Perhaps it's the combination of not needing FS for most UK trails and the soggy conditions that destroys FS pivots etc. I've got a HT 29er now as I...
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I noticed in the recent survey a question asking you to identify what "type" of rider you are...Personally, I've found these classifications to be somewhat confusing with no clear cut "answer" for a given rider. While I recognize the need...