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Ok which one? looking for an all rounder to replace and older Ti Frame  

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  1. 1. Ok which one? looking for an all rounder to replace and older Ti Frame

    • Cannondale System 6
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    • Giant TCR Advanced
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Snce the debate seems to be either way.

Which do you think is best suited as an allrounder. Will be used for training and racing, perhaps tours if I decide to return to the darkside.

 

No other suggestions because they have been looked at and discarded on either cost or unsuitable geometry.

 

Required ize would be small or 52cm
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2 very good options, I think you'd be happy with either. Don't think I'd be able to choose between them based on anything other than price.

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This is the ugliest color scheme in the pro peleton. Green, red, black and blue. When it comes to a choice between ugly or boring colors I'll go for boring. Sorry 'dale fans but they can really come up with a better combination.

http://www.cannondale.com/liquigas/images/gallery/mediacamp/large/2.jpg
3D4D2007-02-02 06:01:26
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I don't like compact frames so if have to be the 'Dale. I priced them last week for about R22k for the frame, fork and SI carbon cranks.

 

 
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Yeah, I'm biult real big, so the 60cm 'Dale looks too big but a large Giant or 58 Cervelo looks real good!

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titus' date=' you could go for the 58 dale....[/quote']

 

 

Top tube is to short, can't take anything less than a 58, 58.5 by preference.
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Wel....

It is easy. 

The 'dale is more stiff.  It responds like hell in a sprint and climbs like a dream.  I have done the lowveld with it.  I have done 6 hour + rides on it.

 

It is just an amazing bike.......Love it.
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