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Roadbike geo discussion
02/05/21 at 3:25pm
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Looking for some advice after a few years out of the saddle for the most part. I have a Cannondale Supersix EVO, and have thoughts about moving it and picking up something that has a little more relaxed geometry. My days of "race bikes" are pretty much over, but at the same time I don't want a slow bike or something too upright/lazy feeling. Are there still race-ish bikes out there that are a little more relaxed geo, or are gravel/endurance road type frames what this may lead me more towards...
  

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Re: Roadbike geo discussion
Reply #1 - 02/05/21 at 3:48pm
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I love my Gravel bike. It is my most comfortable bike I own. I am always amazed when I get back on my true Road bike on how much faster it feels. So yes you need 2 bikes.
  

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Re: Roadbike geo discussion
Reply #2 - 02/05/21 at 4:57pm
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Enoch wrote on 02/05/21 at 3:48pm:
I am always amazed when I get back on my true Road bike on how much faster it feels.


That's what I'm afraid of, but I guess if I only have one then I'd never really know how much faster I could be  Cheesy
  

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