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Old 10-18-13, 04:45 PM
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Unfortunately, none of us knows your psyche, so no one can say what will sit best with you.

If you tweak and optimize every detail, and would do the same thing with a new bike, then just upgrade your old.

If you have done nothing to your current, and would no nothing to the new, then buy the new one and ride it as is.

If you believe that you will be faster on the new bike, buy it some place with a good return policy.

If you are lusting for specific wheels (like Boyd Vitesse wink wink nudge nudge), then buy them in an 11 speed hub, use them on your current bike, and move them to a new bike in the future.

Money spent on wheels, saddles, and pedals is perfectly transferrable, so there is no monetary reason to not have exactly what you want in those. Unless you don't have the money, which would be a monetary reason.
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