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I've owned Trek, several of them (and Felt, and Cannondale, and Schwinn, and Specialized, and ridden several others). I am a big fan of the successes Trek has had over the last 10 15 years, but that doesn't make me have to buy their bikes. My view is tainted, too, because I have 3 Cervelos in my garage, none of them an S3. It's not just Bicycling singing the praises of the S3; give a look at Velonews, too.
bicycles are just that. Don't get me wrong, the higher end stuff is well designed and forward leaning, but aluminum framed bikes have pretty nasty welds and Trek obvious doesn't care that they look that way. price point. Even the carbon frames are not upper echelon, but simply average. Try Look, Titus, and Storck for high end carbon.
Here at Bicycling, we like crits and town line sprints, but we also seek glory in road races that can last for many hard, fast hours. Ultimately, the S3 narrowly edged out Specialized's Tarmac S Works SL3 because it best suited our all rounder racing style. "It's stiff, lively, and wants to take off," commented one tester. Even weighed down by heavy Fulcrum Racing 7 wheels, the bike jumped off the line, and it got us up climbs on terms with every other bike in the test. Flying downhill, you can feel the rigid frame's confidence as you stick to every apex. What really distinguished the S3 was a combination of racing aptitude and comfort, making it ideal for long training rides. The bike is outfitted with the Tour de France winning SRAM Red group. The subtle black and white graphics help disguise the big, aero tubing, and the standard, nonintegrated seatpost makes the S3 easily adjustable and ready to travel. As one tester summed up: "It really has everything."
It's funny that last year the S3 was one of the many bikes you compared to the Pinarello Dogma, and the Dogma was chosen above all others. In your review of the Dogma you wrote "We can think of no other bike that accelerates, climbs, and sprints so well, yet feels so comfortable, pleasant and enjoyable to ride. The Dogma is that kind of bike that, if you owned it, you would happily let other people ride it so they could know not just how good, but how great a bicycle can be."
Criteria, criteria? Bicycling don't need no stinkin' criteria! These "Editor' Choice" and "10 Things You Must Not Eat" type articles that increasingly dominate the on line publication Nike Womens Sweatshirt No Hood
disclaimer: I own a Trek 5.2 Madone and a Colnago MasterXLight (so I know about a steel ride). Cycnut:Respectfully, Nike Jackets For Girls that's just silly. Trek OCLV carbon is considered the best in the world across the industry. The welds on Trek's aluminum are the best you'll sell. If you want to see bad welds, look at the Motobecanes on line. Jamis was started as a sales vehicle by a family who owns a distribution business. You'll find Jamis bikes in stores that don't qualify to carry Trek or Specialized. Trek has more carbon fiber engineers on its staff than Look, Titus, and Storck combined. Plus, try pursuing a warranty claim with one of those companies.
I agree with your statement partially . The Dogma 1 or 2 are a better build than the Cervelo , however one of the most important issues for me ( should you need it ) , is to have a reputable Company behind what they sell . I have never had any problems with and Pinarello , and I have owned 3 , or with the Cervelo . Still have an S2 . But with the Storck I had some issues and there is no warranty in the USA . basically you have to beg for Months to their Rep in the USA , and the people in germany don't answer . To date , 4 Months after there incident was reported , and 45 days since I sent the Frame , I have no frame , no money , and no solution . Giiven those variables , I would stay with Pinerello or Cervelo any time over the Storck. More so. WHY DON"T THEY SPONSOR A TEAM ? ARE THEY NOT GOOD ENOUGH? Or are they just for show??
cater to mass marketing and advertising, not critical analysis of products and issues really needed by consumers. The rankings are reshuffled with each new editorial team. The paper publication increasingly reminds me of People magazine. I stopped that mag years ago due to its progressive dumbing down about products and cycling in general. I started it again recently to check for improvements, and now remember why I cancelled it. This particular ranking is one the silliest I've seen in long time, guaranteed to produce controversy and completely subjective. Everyone knows the LOOK produces the best carbon framed bikes in the world :>)
So you've chosen the S3 above the Dogma? I own both (and a Storck Fenomalist) and I can tell you that while the S3 is a great bike, it does not hold a candle to the Dogma or the Fenomalist. I guess I just don't understand the criteria by which you make up (and change) your minds.
Disclaimer: My wife owns a Jamis carbon road bike.
Fred H: You have obviously never ridden a higher end, modern steel touring or flat bar road bike like the Coda or the Aurora Elite. Higher end components make shifting snappy and certain. The rides are buttery smooth but acceleration is still there, something that is almost at odds with one another.
Having worked in a bike shop for years, being a cycling coach, and the admin of a cycling and nutrition website, I do have to say that lower end Trek Nike Jacket 2018
WEIGHT: 15.94 lb. (58cm)everything. A guy who claims he has a Cervelo S3, and a Dogma is extremely offended the Cervelo was voted number 1!!! Hmmmm, u sure u r the proud owner of an S3?!? I say you are an obvious liar.
just that little bit extra when blowing by someone on a $10K bike! Serious riders will not be impressed by your bikes price tag once they see you don't have the legs for it.
Why all the haters? Cervelo makes great bikes. Look at them; the number 1 high end bike company in the world, several years running. Yes, Trek makes great bikes, and yes they have a significant number of engineers in their employ, obviously more than the others listed (how many bikes does Trek sell vs Storck?), but that doesn't automatically make their bikes the best, or for everybody. It just means that they have a lot of engineers designing bikes.
I agree, people are always jealous of the best, and of very expensive bikes. I feel that I can comment. I own a Cervelo S3, a Pinarello Dogma 60.1, and a Storck Fenomalist. This is why I have to call BS on the S3 being selected as Editor's Choice. It has to be for some political reasons, because there are better bikes out there.
Regardless, why can't people appreciate all great bikes? Any $5K plus bike is going to be a top level bike, what matters at that point is simply your individual taste. That's why I love cycling, the price of the bike is secondary to the quality of the rider. Before my S3, I had a $2K (19 lb) Tarmac Comp and nothing gave me more pleasure than accelerating Nike Mens Coats
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