I've logged lots of miles on two very similar frames - Kestrel 200sci and C'dale R3000. It really depends on the type of riding you want to do. The Kestrel is carbon with a little longer wheelbase (not tri geometry, though), while the C'dale is a stiffer, more aggressive frame. Either would do well for high-level recreational riding, although I might give the nod to the Kestrel for longer distance riding. Kestrel is popular among triathletes who want road geometry, but if crits/road races are your thing, the 'dale would be hard choice to beat!
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