Look for opinions on which frame geometry is most efficient at transferring energy into the drivetrain.
Eliminate suspension. No road/trail conditions. No tire size. Not buying a bike. Not testing a bike.
I want to know what frame style (MTB, Road, Tri) most effectively transfers rider output into the system. Or places the rider in the optimum "power" position.
If you had two minutes on a trainer connected to a flywheel, and your goal was to get that flywheel to rotate as quickly as possible in those two minutes, what type of frame would you choose and why?