Choosing A Good Bike

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🚴 Cycling Gear I Use
Garmin Forerunner 310xt Bundle –
Garmin Edge 520:
Garmin Edge 520 Bundle:
Garmin Mount:
Supacaz Bar Tape:
Scicon Saddle Bag:
Chain Catcher:
Squirt Lube:
Tire Levers:
Tacx Bottle Cages:
Pedro’s Wash:
Pedro’s Shine:
Bike Stand:
Feedback Sports Work Stand:
100% Speedtrap:
Look KEO Blade 2 Cr Pedals:
Look KEO Blade 2 Ti Pedals:
Zipp SL Sprint Stem:
FSA Energy Compact Bars:
FSA Energy Traditional Bars:
CeramicSpeed BB30:
CeramicSpeed Pulleys:
Tacx Flux Smart Trainer T2900:

My Action Camera:
My DSLR Camera:
My Main Lens:
My Second Lens:
My Mini Tripod:
My Camera Remote:
My Mic:
My Artificial Fur Deadcat:
My Softbox Lights:
My Boom Mic Stand:
My Editing Software:

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Bike Specs & Reviews Playlist:

Bananiac’s guide to choosing your first road bike. Should you buy carbon fiber or aluminum (alloy) frame? Should you get an aero, climbing/traditional, or endurance road bike? Should you get a compact, mid-compact, or standard crank? What cassette should you get? All are answered in this video.

Popular aero bikes:
• Specialized Venge/Venge Vias (Carbon)
• Giant Propel (Composite)
• Canyon Aeroroad (Carbon)
• BMC Timemachine (Carbon/Alloy)
• Pinarello Dogma (Carbon)

Popular climbing/traditional bikes:
• Specialized Tarmac (Carbon)
• Giant TCR (Composite)
• Canyon Ultimate (Carbon)
• BMC Teammachine (Carbon/Alloy)

Popular endurance bikes:
• Specialized Roubaix (Carbon)
• Giant Defy (Composite/Alloy)
• Canyon Endurance (Carbon)
• BMC Gran Fondo (Carbon/Alloy)

• Compact Crank (50×34): Ideal for climbing
• Mid-Compact Crank (52×36): Good for climbs and sprints
• Standard Crank (53×39): Ideal for flats and sprints

• 11-32t: Best for massive climbs
• 11-28t: All-round cycling
• 11-25t: Mostly flats with a few hills
• 11-23t: Best for flat and sprint courses

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