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Old 07-31-10, 08:43 AM
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redbike72
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I have a 5 year old T2000 Cannondale with about 30,000 kms on it. It's rides well loaded or empty and so far has had no structural issues.
I like it. I don't think you can too far wrong with a modern aluminum or steel touring frame. It comes down to what feels good for you.
Don't be afraid to test ride all manner of bikes. Your perfect bike might be the most unlikely one.
Good luck with the ride.
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