So, in years, when did the first Mountain Klein arrive, the first recogniseable alu Cunningham and then Cannondale's offering?
Geometr-wise, I guess Cunningham leads the way here?
The 1st Cunningham is around 1980 and that 'ham and the 1st Klein or Cannondale MTB are seperated by many years.
The MTB as we know it today shows many geometry influences that were initially 1st seen on the C'ham 'MTB' interpretation. Example of another innovation, but that we unfortunately do not see anymore is Grease Guard. It is not in the industries interest to produce bikes that aren't disposibles. More profitable to show pros winning on light weight junk and issue something new every year. The industry really got the taste. Overhere sales are gaining year on year.
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