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  • Trail centre maintenance and wheel sizes
  • Premier Icon honourablegeorge
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    Something definitely does need to be done – sick of going to trail centres on 29er/650 wheels and just rolling over everything. Feel completely overwheeled on most stuff, because it was designed for 26″.

    Premier Icon chip
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    As a 26er rider could I now put a claim in to the international court of human rights that I am now officially diameterly disabled.

    Premier Icon Trekster
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    Big wheels are saving trail centres a fortune in maintainance, no need for upgrades due to erosion 🙄

    Premier Icon Northwind
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    That’s fatbikes. And 24lb carbon fibre enduro rigs that never get ridden

    Premier Icon tom200
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    Surly they could build a “cattle grid” that 26″ wheels would fall through, thus rendering the trail impassable to unfashionable equipment?

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