Would landner/touring bike be another name for allroaders? Wouldn't getting a gravel bike make it less comfortable on normal roads, which in reality I will be on the most?
Here is an example of a bad road - https://goo
Had a specific gravel road in mind as an example, but I can't find it right now. In fact can't find any and I have been looking for 20 minutes.
So instead here is how nice a road in the fucking nowhere in the mountains is - https://goo
(dotto) gl/maps/fMa8KmuAUcyCXBfN6 that said for example I might like to go down that road on the left for a bit.
Here is another "picture" from the same village, but from December (just for fun) https://goo
Actually here is a small gravelish road that I might want to go on to reach the houses the furthest away - https://goo
But really all this gravel road stuff came from like maybe not even a 1km long gravel road that I saw close to the main road. Can't even find it right now. It was basically a shortcut, but also looked very well maintained.
Now this I guess is a very bad example of what I really wanted to show, but maybe I should post it just as to know your opinions on how bad of an idea would be going down something like this - https://goo
(dotto) gl/maps/hDaY4TGd68xePnML6 But as you can see the normal roads around it are very well kept for a small village in the middle of the mountains.
I am sorry if my post has become excessively silly. And the spam filter made me chop up the links, which doesn't help.> You will regret buying a bike that makes sense on paper but that you don't like for arbitrary personal reasons.
That I totally understand. I can be a very petty person sometimes. But as far as bicycles goals, from the one I have been looking online, they all tend to look nice to me. But I guess in person I might feel different.