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The Devil just felt slower, like harder to get up to speed that the DC.
DC feels like the power is being transfered better from rider to the bike. I actually never compared the geometry of the 2 bikes. That is another factor to consider between your old bike a new one. Basically, I've got a 1995 Trek 730 Multitrack and I pretty much like everything about it except the amount of trail it has (74mm, stock).
I think I've finally found the economical steel frame I've been looking for and it's the Handsome Devil. My bike is cro-moly but with a much slacker head tube angle than the Devil.
Does anyone have a photo of the 55cm version where you can state how many cm the top of the saddle is from the middle of the crankset? This leads me to expect the Devil, with it's 73/73 head/seat tube angles to be quicker handling.
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Just realized that I didn't specifically answer your questions.
The Devil I had was just a special paint job, nothing else different.
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All in all, it is a great all around commuter, light tourer, dirt path, even cyclocross if you so desire. Your comments concern me because I'm wanting to upgrade from a bike that I feel is too slow handling.
Above quote is from another thread where I was talking about my Soma. My bike is cro-moly but with a much slacker head tube angle than the Devil.
Your comments concern me because I'm wanting to upgrade from a bike that I feel is too slow handling.
Something closer to a road sport than a tourer but I want cro-moly. I'm not, so they kind of spoil the clean lines and can catch on clothing sometimes.