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    Daniel the Dog
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    Wheel size doesn't make for a good ride!

    I have two mountain bikes: Turner 5 Spot and Kona Unit 2-9 geared. I ride both bikes pretty equally lately; it depends on the type or rides on which bike I choose. I can honestly say both bikes are fun. Nothing magical about a 29er or a 26er. Just different! Fighting about it is like debating on whether a blonde or brunette are better looking. Stupid! I like brunettes but you may like blondes.

    Jaybo

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    Yeah, i think it's so funny how people have to try and justify which system is better, just because they own a paticular bike. The whole thing is just so highschool. I love my 29er, but i don't ride around thinking i'm way better or have better equipment....just what works for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaybo
    I have two mountain bikes: Turner 5 Spot and Kona Unit 2-9 geared. I ride both bikes pretty equally lately; it depends on the type or rides on which bike I choose. I can honestly say both bikes are fun. Nothing magical about a 29er or a 26er. Just different! Fighting about it is like debating on whether a blonde or brunette are better looking. Stupid! I like brunettes but you may like blondes.

    Jaybo

    PS It is a Great Day to Be Alive
    Which type of riding does the 29 work better for you? I am considering a new bike purchase and was looking at the Moots Cinco but was curious about the Moots Moto xz.

    Thanks.

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