What in the world?
Your perspective is strange, no matter how many miles you've ridden sag in timed events.
But the bike matters. It's not just the fit. shouldn't a good fitter be able to fit a rider to a saddlehorse? seems a lot of misaimed focus when talking about what makes a good bike for long distances.
I'd love to see your one handed pictures of you doing even 41 mph.
butI never said that tire size didn't affect ride quality
I think you've contradicted yourself. too much time in the hot sun under grueling, rough pavement conditions on a skittish bike with skinny tires in a race to be the fastest?has nothing to do with fatigue over long distances.
Before the fit, they've got to make the bike!
Maybe you'll get one that takes full fenders AND a 32c tire.THAT Wouldn't affect comfort and handling on a dark, rainy night. it's the fit, see.