forzafkawi - Member
Hands up who wants heavier wheels and tyres on their bikes that are harder to accelerate?
Hands up who wants to shell out shedloads of money for a new bike with dubious benefits over the old one?
Wot, no takers?
keep the bike you have then, what's wrong with that option?
And if you want a new bike, just buy one of the 26ers that are still available and if there are no new 26ers cos only 27.5ers are available then buy the used 26er bikes or second hand 26er parts that will flood the market as everyone switches to 27.5ers (again, not my argument, but the logical conclusion of yours).
Seems a win win situation for everyone