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Nov. 6, 2014, 5:32 p.m. -  DrewM

#!markdown Single bike// single author reviews tend to do a much better job of highlighting the preferences of the individual reviewer (do they normally prefer bikes with steep or slack effective seat angles and how does that affect their opinion of the bike in question for example) compared to collaborative or "bike bible" style shoot out reviews - in my opinion. Fair enough though -- whatever works for you. In all honesty I don't read reviews because I am interested in what the reviewer has to say about the bikes themselves -- I enjoy how reviewers interpret what they are feeling on the bike, comparing reviews by the same writer to get a picture of their bias'/preferences, and occasionally some really crafty wordsmithing (there are some great writers who write about bikes).

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