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The geometry is spot-on but I know nothing about the tubing and I'm concerned that it could be detrimental to handling.
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).
2) Have a custom high rake fork built for my current bike then get it all powdercoated. I spotted my N 1 in there "The shop bike" Artcrank edition complete.
My bike is made of what I believe to be decent steel (True Temper OX). I think at the moment they have time, just send them an email. You buy one and they donate a complete bike to a community in Africa, and you get the tax write off to boot! I think I've finally found the economical steel frame I've been looking for and it's the Handsome Devil.
So, I'm having to compromise between a bike that is rugged & durable, yet retains some agility.
I can get to my goal in two immediate ways: 1) Buy a Handsome Devil.
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.