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the best road bikes of 2009

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    Cervélo has been producing arguably the most coveted race frames in the world for a few years now, so we weren't surprised that the carbon S3, the Canadian company's new flagship model, was a standout. "If I had the money," said one tester, a pro who'd just finished sprinting up a steep, short climb, "I don't think there's any other bike I would buy." The S3 takes the stiff, aero front triangle of the popular Soloist frame and merges it with a rear triangle inspired by Cervélo's R3 comfort-performance bike. The result is a frame that manages to be both stiffer and more comfortable than the Soloist. $4,500 (frameset only); 15.5 lbs (56cm);

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    The Noah might not look like a traditional aero bike. But where the Cervélo and Felt rely on radically shaped tubes to cheat the wind, the carbon Noah goes in a different direction. Vents in the fork and seatstays pull slow air away from the wheels, while rough patches on the head, seat, and down tubes direct air around the frame, much like the dimples on a golf ball. It seems to work. Though a few testers dinged the Noah for a slightly dead feel under power, they had no gripes on the way down—whoever was riding it would generally be the fastest descender in the group. $3,000 (frameset only); 16.4 lbs

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    The Cento Uno shouldn't have snuck up on us like it did; it's the same carbon bike the first- and second-place finishers at last year's World Championships rode. Still, "I didn't expect that" was a common refrain after test rides. The Campagnolo Record components delivered flawless performance, and the Ritchey Carbon Pro bar offers one of the most comfortable perches around. "It's perfect," said one tester. Indeed, the Cento1 wound up with the highest average score of all the bikes we tested. It was also the priciest. $4,500 (frame), $9,000 as tested; 15.8 lbs (56cm);

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    The AR4 delivers the same race-proven geometry and aerodynamics that the Felt-sponsored riders of Garmin-Chipotle used in last year's Tour de France. It's not identical, of course—the frame is made with slightly heavier (and less expensive) carbon fiber, and it's not spec'd with the same elite component selection. Still, the AR4 gets high marks for value. It's a radically aero carbon frame hung with Shimano Ultegra SL components—more than enough for almost any racer. Our only minor grumble: Testers were almost unanimous in dinging Felt's in-house bars for being too wide and unwieldy. But that's an easy fix. $3,800; 17.4 lbs (56cm);

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    Why are some of BMC's sponsored pros choosing the Racemaster over the company's full-carbon, top-of-the-line Pro Machine? Because the Racemaster's stiff, atavistic aluminum bottom half delivers off-the-charts efficiency, while the carbon top half mutes the attendant vibrations. "I love this bike over all others!" gushed one tester. "Great design," said another. "BMC has its own look, and it stands out." It's not exactly cheap, but the components—including full Ultegra SL and fast-spinning Fulcrum Racing 5 wheels—are worthy of the price. $4,495; 17.4 lbs (56cm);
     
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    We don't intentionally crash-test bikes, but we'd be lying if we said we weren't surprised that this stiff, full-carbon racer survived a high-speed wreck completely unscathed, save for some scratches on the
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    Ultegra SL brake levers. Even testers who found the workhorse Mavic Ksyrium Equipe wheels a bit too sluggish for racing were amazed that they held their true. Said one heavily bandaged pilot, "It's a very solid platform with only minimal bottom-bracket flex." The longish top tube left a couple of testers feeling too stretched out, but the BH was still a unanimous "good value." $3,800; 16.8 lbs (56 cm);

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    The new Defy is a big part of Giant's re-energized 2009 road line. The frame is available in three different versions: aluminum, aluminum-carbon, or the smooth full carbon-fiber frame that caught riders off guard with its category-leading pedaling performance. "Giant has obviously worked on this," said one tester. Added another: "It almost seems like more of a starter race bike." The Shimano Ultegra/105 shifters and derailleurs functioned without complaint, and the compact FSA crankset helped make quick work of the hills. $2,150; 18.5 lbs (56cm);

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    The radically shaped chainstays. A top tube so flat it's nearly invisible from the side. You can tell simply by looking that the 566 is designed with one thing in mind:
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    vertical compliance. Out on the road, those tubes acted like leaf springs, taming confidence- and energy-sapping road buzz. As with other bikes in this category, the SRAM Rival–equipped 566 uses a taller head tube and longer wheelbase for a more comfortable and stable ride. Unlike many of them, it doesn't feel the least bit sluggish. "They didn't sacrifice much to make it comfortable," said one tester after a mountainous ride north of Tucson. $2,699; 18.0 lbs (56cm);

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    When Specialized launched the original Roubaix, in 2004, it legitimized "comfort performance" as a viable category. With the all-new Roubaix SL2, the company stays ahead of the growing pack.
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    Not only did this carbon bike receive higher marks for climbing and handling than most of the race bikes we tested; it also dominated the comfort category. "A top-notch balance of damping and responsiveness," said one tester. Don't be fooled by the word comfort, though. This is an elite racer, too, already proven in Europe's grueling cobbled classics. $7,400; 15.2 lbs (56cm);
     
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    If you're more likely to ride the occasional century than hammer hill repeats by yourself in the rain, the full-carbon Pinarello FP3 is for you.
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    A gentler version of the much lauded (and super-stiff) Pinarello Prince race frame, the FP3 offers far more vibration-eating comfort without sacrificing much in the way of handling. Or put it this way: It's comfortable but responsive, relaxed but fast. Even our mellowest testers noted that the lack of stiffness makes it a little hard to feel the road when you're sprinting. Of course, there is an upside to the damp feel: Even the worst of bumps won't jar you out of your seat. $3,000; 18.6 lbs (56cm);

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    Rough mountain roads? Achy back? If you experience either on a regular basis, consider the GTR. This full-carbon frame muted high-frequency vibrations and bigger hits, and took the sting out of descents that normally would've had us cringing. But because it comes equipped with a compact crank (low gears for climbing) and tough Shimano 105 wheelset, the GTR is no slouch on the ups either. "It stays quiet and turned safely on rough pavement," said one tester. "It's a little heavier than the pricier models, but it's great for the money." $2,299; 18.8 lbs (56cm); gtbicycles.com

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    Consider the Hellafaster if you're thinking of entering your first criterium. This stiff aluminum frame is built for pure speed. It's not ideal if you put in big mileage on bad roads—"On chip-sealed pavement this bike would nearly go into spasms," said one tester—but on the smooth stuff the Hellafaster lives up to its name. Stand up to sprint, and the stiff, compact rear triangle and burly Easton EA50 SL wheels practically leave rubber on the ground. Without a doubt one of this year's most affordable race-ready machines. $2,749; 17.9 lbs (56cm); vandesselsports.com

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    A race-worthy bike for less than a grand? Believe it. The Fleche pounces under the lightest pedal pressure and is nimble enough to move through a peloton. Like all aluminum bikes, it can be jarring on rough roads. (One tester quipped that it vibrated "like Jenna Jameson's purse.") But for short, hard efforts, the Fleche transfers tons of energy to the wheels and excels on climbs. As with most bikes in this price range, the low-end (and heavy) house-brand wheels rob the frame of some of its spark. If you can swing it, upgrade them immediately—Shimano 105's are an affordable option—for a dramatic improvement. $929; 21.3 lbs (54cm); orbea-usa.com
     
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    With its stiff aluminum frame and eight-speed rear cassette—as opposed to the broader gearing options of the ten-speed standard—the F95 is best suited to buttery smooth pavement and relatively flat country. But this is a ton of bike for the money—suitably stiff for sprinting and predictable on descents and through twisty and rolling terrain. It doesn't have the suppleness most people would want in a big-mileage bike, but the ride quality was forgiving enough that we never suffered during the hammerfests that our test outings generally became. And the Garmin team paint job is a nice touch. $849; 21.6 lbs (56cm); feltracing.com

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    If you are truly looking to start racing, and think it might stick, this bike can grow with you.
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    As with the BMC, an aluminum bottom half stiffens the frame for better handling and efficiency, and a carbon-fiber top quiets road buzz. That mix, plus a trustworthy Shimano 105 build and Mavic wheels, delivers the lightest weight in this category. With the compact FSA crankset plugged into that aluminum spine, spinning up long climbs is a joy. "If you don't want to pay for a high-end race bike right now,"said one tester, "you could gradually upgrade this and get something pretty close."$1,725; 18.9lbs (56cm); giant-bicycles.com


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