Called Riv.  They say there's a def difference in the ride of the Roadini 
vs Sam.  If you're looking for road-only, and you have another gravel or 
singletrack bike, and don't need to haul a lot of weight, Roadini is worth 

I fantasize about long tours with gobs of stuff.  It will likely never 
happen; but, if it does, that's what Atlanti are for.

What I DO do often is just get out and ride 15 to 35 mi, without anything 
but water, extra tube, and minimal tools.  Roadini.  Or SimpleOne :)

Sounds like BMC bikes are very nice, and you get a lot for the $$, but more 
aggressive in stance and therefore better for the more flexible "Gumby" 
types among us.  I like light and responsive, but only if it's 


On Friday, April 13, 2018 at 3:52:06 PM UTC-4, Patrick Moore wrote:
> I'm interested in this comparison myself, as I've looked with interest at 
> the BMC Road.

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