Cycling Tips: Who REALLY builds the best carbon road bikes in 2013?

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23 Responses to “Cycling Tips: Who REALLY builds the best carbon road bikes in 2013?”

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  3. leantoo1 says:

    this guy is one banana short of the full bunch.

  4. parmijo says:

    Kudos to Giant for putting numbers where their mouth is. No other manufacturer is willing to both comparison test and show their methodology. You can gripe about what and how they test, but does your bike manufacturer do anything more than just printing pretty pictures with pro cyclists riding and saying “stiffer and more vertically compliant, blah, blah, blah”?

  5. Judi Henny says:

    BMC

  6. Marc Eales says:

    really!!! he says no bike manufacturer puts specs up against their bike because they are too good? my arse !!! my BMC kicks the giant to bits in performance and looks im guessing thats why they dont have a bmc team machine on the comparison stats!

  7. Darnell Allen says:

    The carbon manufacturing of bikes is just a lot of hype. Actually Giant and Merida are the two premier frame ODM manufacturers that exist. Also most of the carbon frames are constructed in Japan, China, and Taiwan. So don’t get caught up on a name for it about weight and components that makes the bike, but make sure your weight is also properly configured to the bike.

  8. clementcycles says:

    aero testing is so 90’s

  9. 1zangalanga says:

    Yeah, right… The better option would be replacing Putin with Obama…

  10. David Simpson says:

    What a bunch of baloney. First and last time watching durianriders.

  11. dzologanja says:

    stupidest metaphor ever

  12. ClankyRochet says:

    Giant TCR Advanced SL2 cost around £4500-£4800 and Canondale supersix cost around £1500-£2500.

  13. TheZRW says:

    Don’t worry, guys. It’s his objective personal preference. So you know right there he totally knows what he’s talking about.

  14. Vaporize says:

    Go Koga!

  15. MetalSlab says:

    I could crush any of those frames in a sprint..

  16. Neill Hammond says:

    “stiffness is all that matters” vs “it doesn’t matter anymore with bottom bracket stiffness” ; make your mind up! I would never place a Taiwanese product at the top of any quality list vs real experts with history and heritage. Based on this info, Belkin Pro Cycling would be winning everything, which of course they ain’t!!

  17. woknblues says:

    Likely, integrity is at play here. Either that, or he just forgot to hype up something that he has because,”it’s the best because I own it’, which usually doesn’t have much traction in the world of product reviews.

  18. Michael Munksgaard Larsen says:

    Judge against a Dogma 65.1 , and Giant Will get OWNED !

  19. TheSoulTwins says:

    No Pinarellos, no Colnagos, no Orbea, no Canyon etc etc – a very biased comparison that cannot be taken seriously. Despite the opening sales pitch – Giant are mass-produced crap

  20. Farhat Adam says:

    Lol that list has no pinarello whatsoever

  21. Cameron Wartnaby says:

    strange how they dont include bikes like the pinarello dogma! because its far better. just like other companies dont include giant in their testing…

  22. brad whitcomb says:

    Err…using a Giant marketing video to prove Giant make the best carbon bikes? That’s like letting Vladimir Putin police Syria’s chemical weapons.

  23. Jan Vijls says:

    look is heavier yes, but it is a complete module, including cranks, and bars…..