I've got a 2003 LeMond Buenos Aries which I I ride fairly frequently LeMond steel bikes have a unique geometry, featuring a fairly relaxed angles but a short wheelbase. Most of that short wheelbase seems to come from the front end. What I notice most of all is the amount of toe overlap, which is probably more than any bike I've ever owned. Handling on this bike is fairly quick, almost to the point of twitchiness. At the same time the bike is very comfortable, especially on the rear end. After a 70 mile ride, I'm tired out but certainly not beat up.
Any comments from you Buenos Aries owners?
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