Originally Posted by postmanhat
Context is everything when talking about Alex Moulton. He innovated within extremely well defined boundaries of a century+ of bicycle design. Not just a nominal improvement either.
Like most things bicyle however, his design broke tradition and bicycle consumers on average aren't willing to adopt to a better design. So, it's kind of an "oh, yeah... That
wierd looking bike that works FAR better with barely any weight penalty. Meh. I'd rather ride my diamond frame bone-shaker."