If you haven’t been on a 29’r before you are really going to enjoy the ride. It is a little heavy for a HT but it’s set up for FR/AM with the gearing and chain retention and slack steering. What kind of trails you planning to use it on?
So I guess you’ll have to come up with clever responses for " hey Ben, why the other wheel?"
Seriously though, bikes have their place. I can haul my MUni to the trails on the back of my Big Dummy. If I didn’t have the BD I might have to drive. I’d rather ride a bike even with the training wheel.
“Well… As long as he’s on the back so can’t try turning the handles and crash his partner into a ditch…” Yep, I can definately see how that conversation went
I agree with the posters who said 2-wheelers have their place, for now… I personally don’t have one because everywhere I ride to is at most 10 miles away, which is easily doable on a Uni, but if I were commuting 30 miles to work every morning I’d definately consider a bike!
That is, until Unicycle gearing technology gets to the point that I can Uni as fast as I can bike… That is when bikes will be completely irrelevant dreams
Anyone on a wheel or wheels is ok in my book, that is without an engine. I prefer unis cause they’re more fun but bikes are better for getting you longer distances in a more relaxed way without all the attention. It’s all about fun, excersising and leaving that grown up car behind. So lighten up:)