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No, wait. I got it - because I want a leg up on racing you!
That's crazy talk. If you are on 30/50 now then you can probably handle the 60/90s. I'm on 60/90 and do just fine - and I ride them constantly on the wind whipped coast. Sure, I get pushed around some, but if you know how to ride them it is fine.
Unless you weigh 75 pounds and will blow away?
San Luis Obispo, CA
Born a swimmer, borrowed a bike, laced up some runners, and the rest just fell into place for a solid MOP life.
I am a 5'4"/118 lb female, and I have ridden my new 55's Vison Metrons and boyfriend's 60/90 combo each a few times (on my XS Shiv). Personally, the 60/90 combo were fine when it was dead still out, but the second there was a little gust, I was fighting a bit. Similarly, there was a course I did that had a lot of turns (going through the a college campus on bike paths) and I hated how heavy the rear wheel was. I chose the Metrons because they had more predictable handling than say, the Boyds, both due to the shape and depth. Also keep in mind the courses you will be racing-Flo's (especially that 90) are on the heavier side of wheels, so it may get to you on hilly courses.