I'm a more casual rider now, so my ss/fg bikes have drops and bullhorns. But when I was a hardcore roadie, I used a tri-specific aero bar on one of my bikes. The only issue I see with a Tri bike is maybe it's not well suited for casual riding.
I don't take the article as saying tri bikes are more comfortable in general than roadbikes. I read it as tri bikes more comfortable for aero postions being used in a tri compared to that of a roadie with aerobars.
Also better suited for the transitin for ride to run. I dunno about you guys, but i aint doing a marathon after my rides.
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