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    Moab: Dualie or Hardtail 29er

    Hello Y'all-

    My wife and I will be heading to Moab in the spring and are looking for advice as to which ride to bring:

    Dualie or Hardtail?? ( hardtail 29er? )

    Thanks in advance for any insight.

    -Raybag

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    Quote Originally Posted by raybagg
    Hello Y'all-

    My wife and I will be heading to Moab in the spring and are looking for advice as to which ride to bring:

    Dualie or Hardtail?? ( hardtail 29er? )

    Thanks in advance for any insight.

    -Raybag
    Dualie. Two of them, one for you and one for your wife.
    Who's in charge, the thinker or the thought?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xcguy
    Dualie. Two of them, one for you and one for your wife.
    Agreed. I've done both and I enjoy my 5" travel trailbike much better than the old 80mm travel hardtail.

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    Depends on the Trail.

    If you are sticking to beginner trails take the 29'er. Anywhere else you will want the FS. Even the simpler trails tend to have rocky and/or sandstone washboard thype terrain that will vibrate you and your bike into useless mush after a few hours.

    Either way, take time to look around and enjoy the incredible country.

    Never had a bad trip to Moab.

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    I've only ridden Moab on a hardtail. I'd definately recomend a dualie.

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    Thanks for all the advice folks.

    Looks like the dualie gets to travel and the hardtail will sit on the rack at home.

    Happy Trails
    Ray

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