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2004 Bicycling magazine editor's choice awards.

Old 04-19-04, 08:20 AM
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2004 Bicycling magazine editor's choice awards.

Best Dream Road Bike--Serotta Ottrott
Best Mountain Bike Pedal--Time ATAC
Best Value Triple--Giant OCR Elite
Best Disc Brake--Avid Juicy Seven
Best Women's-Specific Road Bike--Specialized Dolce Comp
Best All-Purpose Suspension Fork--Manitou Minute
Best All-Mountain Tire--Panaracer Fire XC
Best High-Performance Mountain Bike--Intense Spider XVP
Best High-End Shorts--Giordana Tenax
Best Entry-Level Road Bike--Giant OCR3
Best Shorts Under $100--Santini CX Pro Bib
Best All-Mountain Bike--Titus Super-Moto
Best Road Tire Under $50--Michelin Pro Race
Best Long Finger Gloves--Troy Lee Designs XC
Best Value Full-Suspension--GT I-Drive XC 1.0
Best Road Shoes--Shimano R215
Best Entry-Level Mountain Bike--Specialized FSRxc
Best Mountain Shoes Under $100--Shimano M120
Best Town Bike--Kona Smoke
Best Energy Bar--Clif Bar
Best Helmet Under $50--Giro Encinal
Best Bike If You Can Only Have One Bike--Cannondale Bad Boy Ultra
Best Gadget--Pentax Optio S4
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I wonder how many of the winners take out magazine ads with them, and how much they typically spend for advertising at Bicycling mag? It's just that about 2/3 of the magazine is solely dedicated to advertising, and they're pretty light on articles, so I don't take much stock in what they tell us is supposed to be the best out there.

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I agree being as it is the "editors choice" awards. In the years I have owned a shop not one questionaire or industry study etc ever came my way. As a matter of fact not one vote ballot for any product award has ever cme my way in the years I have been in the industry.
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Bicycling is stupid ad rag that talks down at it's readers, assuming everyone is an idiot and needs the same "cycling 101" articles on changing a tire or adjusting a chain over and over again.
No article is longer than one page (or paragraph) and has more ads than the SuperBowl.
On top of that, they know nothing about bike racing yet are completely willing to show their lack of knowledge with idiotic "TDF SPECIAL" issues, etc.
LAME rag not worth the valuable space on top of any toilet in the USA. What a POS rag.
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