Join Date: Apr 2002
Bikes: Transition Dirtbag, Kona Roast 2002 and specialized BMX
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Everything for mtb is in its infancy. Thats why things seem to change so much. If you think about it with the varried market (xc riders, freeriding/jumping (not trailriding guys), and dh) you have a lot of parts companies are trying to experiment with. Especially with concerns to suspension, but thats another storey. I doubt the new rf or shimano splines will be the last we wll see of changes in the industry as a whole. Pretty excitiing but remind me of the good old days of computers where everything that hit the market was new...I remember the day cd-roms became public, man was that exciting - anyways I regress. To answer your question - I think isis will be obsolete at some point. But I also don't think 1 standard will satisfy all parties.