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Australian Cycling Forums Skip to content. Australian Cycling Forums on Strava. I have enjoyed stationary cycling at the gym as a form of low impact cardio and been thinking about commuting to work 20km each way x a week and riding longer with friends up to km x a week.
I want a performance-orientated bike that will get me to obsess over numbers so I can be motivated to set and break goals. Im leaning more towards the TCR based on all black aesthetics. Im also considering a used reid osprey until i see a canyon on special. And it 12 months or so time, you know what about cycling you enjoy and want to focus on: long weekend rides with mates, racing, touring etc. The three bikes Defy, TCR and Addict will at least let get your feet wet, before getting a more specialised bike.
Commuting, I would consider that a specialist area. Any of those three bikes will do the job. If you are likely to be doing more commuting than riding with friends in the first 12 months, I would be looking at the Giant Revolt or Grail if you really want a Canyon as it makes a practical commuter and still capable enough for riding with friends.
There is one in my office used for commute riding. I ride an Ultimate CF Evo on lots of bumpy cycle ways for commuting and it is okay. Giant is also good, but I think Canyon is a bit better for the money. However if you have no secure area to keep the bike then neither Canyon or Giant are good choices.