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Cannondale Synapse Carbon 5 105 Racing Road Bike 2014
Best Bike Ever (for me)
Best Bike Ever (for me)
Love it!
Love it!

ORBEA ORCA

Pros: Stunning, stiff, great on hills

Cons: Does not like rough surfaces

Stiff, light, low price
Stiff, light, low price
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Cannondale Synapse Carbon 5 105 Racing Road Bike 2014

Cannondale Synapse Carbon 5 105 Racing Road Bike 2014

“This is my first page on this forum. For two months I want the Cannondale Synapse Carbon 5105, and then finally I got it in the online store Semeru Bike Center, located in eastern Java town of Malang, and I was there to take my order. To find out more about this product review I saw here.” --peterjonas

100% Positive Reviews
ORBEA ORCA

ORBEA ORCA

“ I have owned over 20 road bikes, several Italian brands and all three of the major US brands and this is the only bike I would buy again. It built into a 14.5 lb bike without super exotic wheels or parts.  I have riden it for almost 4 years and rebuilt it 3 times. It is probably not the most durable carbon frame on the market, but it does come with a lifetime warrenty. I enjoy it...” --bikedog12

100% Positive Reviews
Marin Stelvio Ultegra

Marin Stelvio Ultegra

“ This is my first road bike, and it has been excellent. Light carbon frame that's reasonable stiff given how light it is. I'm 135 lbs and don't tend to torque it on hills. Ultegra setup is smooth. I recommend this bike even though Marin is best known for their mountain bikes. ” --ConradV

100% Positive Reviews
Canondale CAAD10-3 Ultegra

Canondale CAAD10-3 Ultegra

“ It was time to replace my 1992 Pinarello Stelvio after 20 years of riding, training, and even a couple of seasons of racing. The 26 pound bike was work to haul up the hills, and the Campy Record 8 speed components were becoming harder to find. I stopped by a local bike shop and soon took a test ride.   While the Carbon Fiber bike ws certainly stiff, responsive, and refined --like a...” --Dan McCormack

100% Positive Reviews
Specialized Road Bike

Specialized Road Bike

2007 Specialized Allez Triple

100% Positive Reviews
Diamondback Podium 7

Diamondback Podium 7

For todays elite racer, the 2012 Diamondback Podium 7 introduces Diamondback's proprietary AMMP Technology to the world. The DBR AMMP SL Carbon Technology, Specific Modulus, Monocoque Competition Road Frame includes internal cable routing, Carbon Drop outs, a taper headtube, a Press-Fit 30 bottom bracket shell, and an AMMP CFT Carbon Podium Fork with a carbon tapered steer tube. The AMMP...

Diamondback 2013 Podium 1

Diamondback 2013 Podium 1

*Enhanced Performance Geometry* The right fit for Endurance/Performance riders, Enhanced Performance Geometry (EPG) retains all the handling, geometry and ride characteristics of our carbon Competition platform, with a slightly higher head tube height to put less strain on a rider’s back and neck. This improves the fit for riders with marginally less pelvic rotation and core stability....

Diamondback Podium 1

Diamondback Podium 1

Bred from road racing, the 2012 Podium 1 serves up the perfect balance of performance, quality, and value.  Ideal for club rides, commuting, benefit rides, fitness, or recreation there is a Podium for you. Featuring Enhanced Performance Geometry, a light weight 7005 aluminum frames, a DBR Carbon Podium fork w/ alloy steerer, FSA Tempo triple crank set and Shimano Sora rear derailleur and...

Fuji Bicycles SST 2.0

Fuji Bicycles SST 2.0

For a do-it-all race bike that won't leave your savings account looking like post-Blitz London, check out the Fuji SST 2.0. SST stands for Super Stiff Team, which means this bike will be right at home in everything from the weekly crit series to regional stage races. Spec'd with full Shimano Ultegra components and Mavic Ksyrium Elite wheels, the SST 2.0 will meet and exceed your...

Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL3 SRAM

Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL3 SRAM

“I bought this frame in early 2012 (it was previously used for 1 season). I have always used Campy equipment but decided to use Sram Red this time due to more reasonable cost. It took a month to get used to the shifters, but after that it has been smooth sailing.   I currently own a customer made road bike (Guru Geneo). I typically get about 1 mph higher average speed on the Tarmac...” --johnkjos

75% Positive Reviews
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