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Old 02-14-17, 07:57 PM
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Bought wrong bike now what?

So after a couple years out from medical issues of being an avid rider/racer for both road and XC i got back in the game with a a full on aero road missile. Built it out and took for one ride and while it is stupid fast and efficient it is just too much for me. Just to aggressive, maybe because I've been off the bikes for a while? Im super flexible and have a good core so its not my health, it seems like the fun isn't there and it feels like an event to go out. I live on the beach in FL and have the beautiful road right here. Im sitting outside typing this after going back and forth on taking it out for a spin and just decided ehh and not.

Bike is listed for sale btw, can't post link till I have 10 posts tho (stradalli rd-17, carbon everything full ultegra disc)

I decided yesterday to order the all new 17' cannondale bad boy 2 and try and get back on something with more "fun" in it but that won't be in until march 12th.

All I think about is cycling pretty much for the past few years and certainly for the past month while I worked on this and all day every day for the past week about the batboy or a slate.

While I'm down here I can't get into MTB unfortunately because my only car I have at this house I cannot get a back rack for and mess up the alcantara/leather in it going mtb'ing even tho I think that would relight the spark more.


I feel like I bit off more than i can chew to start with since i don't have the cardio with a full on serious race bike and I should have bought a endurance road or the slate to start with, both of which would have been cheaper and happier with I think.


Idk, maybe I should keep this current bike and just put it off to the side since I think its perfect right now for future use and grab a cheap used (600-900$) synapse or diverge or something then re sell it in a month when the BB2 comes in, ride the BB2 for a month then reassess where my road racing needs/dreams/goals are?

90% of my rides I think are going to be 20-30mile training springs basically 15 min warm up 15min cool down with 1hr of cover as much ground as possible Is how i used to like to ride. But I've done that too much years ago i think I'm ready for a change and perhaps a slate apex would be cheap but enough bike for me to really do some urban speed riding or something.

IDK

who's been thru the same kinda thing on here after a riding hiatus?
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Is it just your cycling fitness that you feel makes the bike over the top. I'm guessing a good month of regular riding may change your opinion. Maybe I miss understood but if you getting back into it, it's going to take a little work to get back in the swing of things. I wouldn't abandon that bike just yet.
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Old 02-15-17, 12:14 AM
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That midas touch of yours seems to have vanished.

Heck of a 180 to go from what you built to that Cdale.
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This is why many of us have multiple bikes; our riding habits change as our lifestyle change, and if we have the luxury to keep multiple bikes for different occasions, then why not?

I used to ride around town a lot so I built up a townie type bike. I also ride gravel trails a lot so I built a cx/gravel bike. After moving to a different city, most of my riding nowadays involves typical roadie stuff so I'm on my carbon road bikes a lot while my cx and townie bikes gather dust.
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Hope the Cannondale works for you. They make great bikes. I love mine.
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Just keep throwing money at things without trying them first, the more the better.
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Old 02-15-17, 07:46 AM
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It seems you'll need to be more specific about what you don't like about your new road bike. Can you elaborate? Also, how many miles have you ridden it and what kind of bike has worked for you in the past?
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It seems you'll need to be more specific about what you don't like about your new road bike. Can you elaborate? Also, how many miles have you ridden it and what kind of bike has worked for you in the past?
Basically the same thing, full on race bike w the bars slammed and in full attack mode. I had carbon wheels on the last bike tho which may have made it smoother riding, I'm also a sram guy and went w to ultegra this time and don't like it, it shifts fine but don't like the brake lever shifting. New bike is a rocket but it's harsh, but I knew that before setting it up.

For you cars guys on here it feels to me like taking a full on Porsche gt3 RSR or cup car to the grocery store for eggs n milk. And getting full race swag lycra'd up just feels again, like too much. (Still have 5 full sets and all my old gear)

I don't intense the BB2 to be a one bike do it all or a replacement for the "race" bike. I deff need 3 bikes but if I can't ride mtb due to car constraints I'm trying to make up for it with the other two? Idk.

I'm gonna drop the tires to 85psi and take it for a quick spin.



**** oh, and it's windy as f*^%, always a 10mph+ headwind both directions.
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Old 02-15-17, 08:25 AM
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Just because it's a race bike doesn't mean you need to go out 100% all of the time. If I were you, with your obvious disposable income, I'd keep it instead of taking the hit and ride around on the BB2 once you get it. Another option you could do is sell off the fork and frame and just get a Synapse fork and frame and build it back up with existing parts. FWIW, I love my Synapse.
Since you live right near a beach, maybe instead of a mountain bike, look into getting a fat bike and ride on the beach.
Only 3 bikes? heh. If it were me, I'd have my road bike, a fat bike, my vintage bikes, commuter, a folder, and then a cruiser for going to the bar, grocery, etc.

You'll get used to Shimano. I have bikes with Shimano and with SRAM..and like you I much prefer SRAM...but I have nothing against Shimano. It just takes getting used to going back and forth, that's all.
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Old 02-15-17, 09:04 AM
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I agree OP just needs more bikes, so he can choose which one to ride as the mood strikes.

The whole "too much an event" thing is purely psychological. If you don't believe me, set yourself to changing into riding clothes (no futzing around) and time it. I do it every morning, 2.5 to 3 minutes, bibs cargo shorts whatever. Even futzing around gathering up a HR strap, water bottle, deciding on if or what kind of food to take, checking the tires, it's still just ten minutes extra. Bottom line is, if it feels like too much of a production it's because you don't feel like the racing bike that day, simple as that.

After a few rides or even a few weeks on an easier-going bike, chances are you'll want to take the race bike for a spin. I know I do - and I don't even pretend race let alone pin on a number. And when Spring comes around, as a former racer don't you naturally prefer the fast road bike? I think it would be a mistake to get rid of it now.
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Old 02-15-17, 09:29 AM
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Any first ride is going to feel weird - you're just not used to the bike. Unless there is something seriously incompatible - like you're 6'4" and it's a 52" frame or whatever, I think you owe it to yourself to give it a lot more than 1 ride.
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A really good thread.


I also took a break and even though I got a nice (used) Cervelo, there were times it just felt like such a hassle with the prep and that it was "too much effort".


And it was a pain because there were times I wanted to ride and while out there in the world wanted to walk around... road racing shoes are NOT conducive.


I broke out my old mountain bike and changed out the peddles to the original old peddles (clip ess). I could ride with my running shoes/ sneakers. It was good, I could ride to the coffee shop and walk across their floor and not clip clip clip along or risk sliding and pulling something... and yet those fat tires were just so slow and got to me after while.


So I bought a used Fuji Feather single speed. It also has peddles on it where I can wear sneakers/running shoes. I love the 700 x 25C tires!!!


I am back in heaven. $200 and it brought me to heaven! My oh my, easy entry!


So, my advice is along the lines of everyone else's: Buy another used road bike that is just for PLAYING, NOT for intense workouts. I bought a single speed and I am really digging it but you don't need a single speed, you can get a used road that is more toy than racing machine for low cost. Just start looking around on Craig's list and talking to locals. (I own three vehicles for that reason: the 2 seater rag top for when I want that, the sedan for when I want that, the cargo van for when I want that! No one vehicle can do it all nor be expected to). You built a Race Bike. You need another bike that is more laid back and fun and simpler.
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Can't ride mtb because your afraid of scratching the leather in the car? That sounds like misplaced priorities . Kuat, Thule and Yakima all make excellent hitch mount racks

Stop scratching your vagina over this one. Flip flop your stem and add a couple of spacers under it and you instantly turn your bike into a Synapse. Put on a platform pedal for those days you just want to cruise the beach roads in board shorts and flip flops. As well, use the widest tire the frame and fork will allow, -
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Can't ride mtb because your afraid of scratching the leather in the car? That sounds like misplaced priorities . Kuat, Thule and Yakima all make excellent hitch mount racks

Stop scratching your vagina over this one. Flip flop your stem and add a couple of spacers under it and you instantly turn your bike into a Synapse. Put on a platform pedal for those days you just want to cruise the beach roads in board shorts and flip flops. As well, use the widest tire the frame and fork will allow, -

Platform pedals are one of the best inventions.... oh wait they've been around for ever.... And yes your recommendations are solid.
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Beach? Get a fat bike. Way awesome. Flat pedals, flip flops and a coffee holder.
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I've been riding a regular road bike since, well, since I was in gradeschool. And that has been a long time ago

I've thought about gravel (and done it a few times) or MTBing, but don't really get excited about it.

Perhaps someday I'll try a TT bike, but I'm happy with a basic drop bar road bike.

I definitely don't think a basic hybrid would fit my riding style, although I do have a plan to do a Hybrid ==> Drop Bar Gravel/Cross conversion.

Still the gravel bike stays home when I'm riding on pavement.

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Just keep throwing money at things without trying them first, the more the better.
I suppose these are just random thoughts. There are a lot of bikes out there, and it is hard to tell what something is like from pretty pictures and videos. My experience with cheaper hybrids makes me think that a really expensive one won't be right for me.

On the other hand, a lot of people enjoy them.

How many times have you ridden your new TT bike? Once? A month or two of regular rides? Group Rides? Solo Rides?

I'd wonder if something like a Specialized Roubaix would be a better fit.

Or, one of the may Cross/Gravel/Adventure bikes.

Specialized Tricross
Trek Crossrip.
REI CO-OP ARD 1.4
Specialized Diverge or Sequoia

etc.

What do you really expect to get out of the Cannondale Bad Boy that you don't get out of your TT bike?

Or, maybe it isn't the bike, but rather biking, or the way you are biking.
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Basically the same thing, full on race bike w the bars slammed and in full attack mode.
If you haven't cut the steerer tube down to the stem yet, why not move the stem up and flip it upright? Just because you raced a few years ago doesn't mean you're ready to be in the same position now. It might make you more comfortable on the bike and encourage you to ride more.
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But then what if he wants to attack?
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Originally Posted by DMC707 View Post
Can't ride mtb because your afraid of scratching the leather in the car? That sounds like misplaced priorities . Kuat, Thule and Yakima all make excellent hitch mount racks

Stop scratching your vagina over this one. Flip flop your stem and add a couple of spacers under it and you instantly turn your bike into a Synapse. Put on a platform pedal for those days you just want to cruise the beach roads in board shorts and flip flops. As well, use the widest tire the frame and fork will allow, -
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Good advice everyone, I actually have been running my eggbeaters on road bikes for many years, it's just easier to have a pedal and shoe system that is identified across both my old platforms. Also makes riding in traffic ona. Road bike a lot easier to just slam back in vs flip over the look keo and snap in even if it's 1extra second.

Ride it again a few hrs ago w lower pressures and that sure made a difference also took an aspirin when I woke up just to smooth anything over. Made great time and bike was even faster today.

Good idea about just getting a synapse frame and swapping everything over for a while then swapping back if desired or sell the current aero frame.

*** DMC707, if they make a roof rack for a Maserati granturismo S or Aston Martin V12 vanquish let me know....


Contrary to popular belief budget is in fact limited otherwise I would have just got a black inc supersix and scalpel again
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What kind of car?

There are frequently decent hitch/roof rack options for most sports cars. To be honest, I prefer simply riding to the trailhead if it's <5 mi, saves time and effort.
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Good advice everyone, I actually have been running my eggbeaters on road bikes for many years, it's just easier to have a pedal and shoe system that is identified across both my old platforms. Also makes riding in traffic ona. Road bike a lot easier to just slam back in vs flip over the look keo and snap in even if it's 1extra second.

Ride it again a few hrs ago w lower pressures and that sure made a difference also took an aspirin when I woke up just to smooth anything over. Made great time and bike was even faster today.

Good idea about just getting a synapse frame and swapping everything over for a while then swapping back if desired or sell the current aero frame.

*** DMC707, if they make a roof rack for a Maserati granturismo S or Aston Martin V12 vanquish let me know....


Contrary to popular belief budget is in fact limited otherwise I would have just got a black inc supersix and scalpel again

Ahhhhhh, I have made the diagnosis!!! You have the wrong cars!


Geeesh, that was easy!


(My personal feeling is hybrids are the worst of both worlds... you are a road bike guy. There are tons of road bikes with cage / flat pedals with 25 or even 28 width tires that you could pick up cheap to get a ride in without being in race bike mode!
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To be honest, I prefer simply riding to the trailhead if it's <5 mi, saves time and effort.
I'm mostly car-free. Road bike rider, but most of my rides start at the front doorstep. The last semi-organized ride I went on was about 150 miles of riding from my house, each way, just to get to the start of the ride.
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*** DMC707, if they make a roof rack for a Maserati granturismo S or Aston Martin V12 vanquish let me know....
They exist, or you could have a hitch installed and used a receiver mounted bike rack.
Heck, I've seen a 911 carrying two kayaks, wish I'd taken a picture.
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They exist, or you could have a hitch installed and used a receiver mounted bike rack.
Heck, I've seen a 911 carrying two kayaks, wish I'd taken a picture.
In defense of his reluctance... Trunk mounted racks are known to cause all sorts of damage to paint & potentially the trunk lips. I certainly wouldn't want one on my car, and that's not nearly an Aston.

For one bike, you can get bike racks that screw into the tow hook locations. I know those are popular with the Miata crowd.
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