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Old 12-16-20, 04:03 PM
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Originally Posted by 79pmooney View Post
To the OP (and serious). This is your first season of racing. Getting a fit is good, but ... after a season or two of riding harder than you have ever imagined, your riding style is going to change. Don't sell the house to get a bike that may well be an obsolete fit soon.
This is exactly why I am going cheap carbon. I have an Allez, Canyon, Raleigh, and Cannondale. Unfortunately, they all have unique paint jobs. They all have 105 or Ultegra mechanical, so I have plenty of spare parts. To me, wheels and groupsets make up most of the enjoyment of a bike, so I would rather put nice wheels and groupsets on a "temporary" frame.
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