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    How robust is the AL Diverge?

    I was thinking of getting an AL Diverge as a nice all-around bike for commuting, hauling the kid in a trailer, some gravel riding and of course some relaxed MUT and road riding. What I'm wondering is how robust this frame really is? Is it really tougher than a "pure" road bike, or does it just have a different geometry and clearance for bigger tires?

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    I use mine in exactly the way you said, sans trailer. I also use it as my winter roadie. No complaints whatsoever.

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    Very robust. Make sure you get a model with thru axles.

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