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    whats the difference between rigormoot/ybb

    Just wanted to know what the differences are between the rigormootis hardtail frame and the ybb 26 hardtail frame. Is it a different type of ride or for different type of terrain?

    Also, can either be singlespeed or geared or just one is a ss and one is geared?
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    YBB is a softtail, meaning it has a minimal amount of rear wheel suspension travel. They are both capable of whatever terrain you want to ride...or more precisely what you are capable of riding. Some people like the small amout of suspension, some prefer the hard tail. Either bike can run gears, or singlespeed.

    Personally I don't care for the softtail style, but thats because I ride full suspension when not riding a hardtail. Only way you can know if it's for you is to ride one.

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    Ahh thank you, now i see. So they just have one 26in hardtail (which is what i would get). Makes the choice easier now, thank you!

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