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27.5 "full suspension - the perfect full-suspension mountain bike!

27,5-Zoll-Fully It does not matter if you are on a mountain bike tour or you are racing downhill with protectors and fullface on the downhill, a mountain bike with 27.5 "wheels is a very good choice for all areas.The wheel size 27.5 inches is also called 650B With the replacement of the 26-inch wheels, the larger wheels on the 29 "Fully Bikes, which have a slightly better straight-line end and traction, have a bit more weight and can therefore be a bit worse be accelerated. The larger rotating mass of the 29er wheels is at the expense of agility and has a disadvantage in tight corners.
650B - The decision for your Fully!

Modern 650B mountain bikes are an excellent compromise for good directional stability and agile cornering. If you prefer a 29 "Fully or 29er Hardtail because of its body size, you are sure to be well advised, but if you prefer to ride your bike actively, like jumping and getting more mobility on your bike, you will end up with an Enduro in 27.5 "or a 650B All Mountain Fully just not over!

It does not matter if you are on a mountain bike tour or you are racing downhill with protectors and fullface on the downhill, a mountain bike with 27.5 "wheels is a very good choice for... read more »
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27.5 "full suspension - the perfect full-suspension mountain bike!
27,5-Zoll-Fully It does not matter if you are on a mountain bike tour or you are racing downhill with protectors and fullface on the downhill, a mountain bike with 27.5 "wheels is a very good choice for all areas.The wheel size 27.5 inches is also called 650B With the replacement of the 26-inch wheels, the larger wheels on the 29 "Fully Bikes, which have a slightly better straight-line end and traction, have a bit more weight and can therefore be a bit worse be accelerated. The larger rotating mass of the 29er wheels is at the expense of agility and has a disadvantage in tight corners.
650B - The decision for your Fully!

Modern 650B mountain bikes are an excellent compromise for good directional stability and agile cornering. If you prefer a 29 "Fully or 29er Hardtail because of its body size, you are sure to be well advised, but if you prefer to ride your bike actively, like jumping and getting more mobility on your bike, you will end up with an Enduro in 27.5 "or a 650B All Mountain Fully just not over!