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    Quote Originally Posted by Trek_5200 View Post
    To me two road bikes don't make a great deal of sense. I get the fact you want one with racing geometry and one more for touring but they're still rather similar. When I dealt with this dilemma I made the second bike more to a gravel spec(larger tires, disc brakes etc). I think this approach could also satisfy your idea of a century bike too but give you some off road options or serve as a good choice in bad weather.
    That's like saying you shouldn't have two pairs of jeans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tabl10s View Post
    That's like saying you shouldn't have two pairs of jeans.
    Yeah not sure what's the big deal of having two bikes. If I had a Harley and a Honda cbr1000 which one would you take on a 5hr ride?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 07stuntin6r View Post
    Yeah not sure what's the big deal of having two bikes. If I had a Harley and a Honda cbr1000 which one would you take on a 5hr ride?

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