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Old 10-24-17, 06:32 PM
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noruckus
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I can't tell you about the advantage, yes you are more aero which means more speed, as to better work out and performance, i think is totally up to you, it's all about what you put into a ride,
Riding a tri bike takes more than just being able to ride a bike. You want to get good on a road bike and learn how to ride, then ride in a group, you will learn a lot, then move on to a tri bike and ride by yourself, for most newbies riding in the tri position are dangerous. True roadies will not ride with you, unless your are an accomplished rider within the group.
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