First, spell the name right. I don't misspell your username.
Second, read carefully.
Third, how was my comment rude?
I stated that the bikes are great - and they are.
I stated that the geometry is unique - and it is. It does not fit everyone.
I stated that they really repeat, ad nausea
, the same line, as do their owners. How is that rude? It's just a statement that is pointing at a reality that does exist. Heck, even you've stated that your frame is the best in the world. Perhaps it is? That's up to you and good for you. If you enjoy riding it, which you do, then love it. What the heck does it matter if someone else disagrees that your bike is the best in the world? It's your bike. *f##k* ride it. Not everyone has to like everything you do, and really, when has it ever mattered what another person's opinion of your bike is? Do you really need validation from other people on your material possessions in order to enjoy riding your bike?
I hope not.
Did I question the Tour testing? No, I did not.
Do I think that Tour's tests indicate the 'best in the world' ? No I do not. The "best in the world" is really subjective. Especially considering the "comfort" rankings that Tour applies numbers to. I do not believe that comfort can be quantified. Sure deflection can be measured. Road buzz can be measured. Does that equate to a universal "comfort" that will be reported at the same rate between all persons? No, it does not. It may never.
Fourth: "another heartless brainless comment" ? Let's go back to that thread over in CycleChat where you got some sound advice from yours truly that you should really wash those bibs and chamois after each ride rather than risk infection or some bacterial growth in one of your most sensitive parts of your body. You're welcome for that. But, I suppose, that was just another "heartless brainless comment" in your mind.
I'm paying attention. I'm reading carefully. Are you?
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