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    Europe didn't get the memo...

    ...that the 26" hardtail is dead. Some pretty hot bikes at Eurobike.

    One of my favorites:

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    we're always slow in adopting your trends. Take SUVs for example, while the trend is already waning in the U.S. they just caught on recently over here. It's always this way with any trend that you produce

    (I wished the 29er never caught on here: at 5.10 with rather short legs I look just plain stupid on them. And just invested heavily into my 26-fleet ...)

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    Not sure how you were able to narrow it down to one posting. And how about that steel Breezer? The carbon bikes were sweet, but the Breezer "spoke" to me.
    Thanks to www.weavercycleworks.com for my awesome bike frames!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manicmtbr
    Not sure how you were able to narrow it down to one posting. And how about that steel Breezer? The carbon bikes were sweet, but the Breezer "spoke" to me.
    I hope they come back to the US market.

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    If all those European switched to 29ers, they'd start winning them some World Cups.

    Wait a minute....

    Dorks.
    Last edited by dougal.s; 09-18-2009 at 01:17 PM.

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    Florian Vogel's Twitter:

    # went on the 29er today, it's a fun bike for all those smooth trails around my house! Going to watch the "canonball" racing 2night9:40 AM Sep 15th from web

    # Did some laps on the course this morning, also went playing around with the 29er scale.. Kind of cool that bike...5:18 AM Sep 12th from Twitterrific

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    i want that frame, when will the US distributor start getting these in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougal.s
    If all those European switched to 29ers, they'd start winning some them some World Cups.

    Wait a minute....

    Dorks.

    hahaha

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