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The most recent iteration of the “Bike of the Year” is the Genesis 6S.
And the next big thing?
The Genesis 6P.
That’s right, the most recent Genesis is up for the prestigious bike of the year award.
We’ve compiled a list of the top 10 bikes that make up the Genesis brand, and you’ll see what we mean when we say this year’s winner is a Genesis 6.
Read on to find out how the Genesis team came up with the list.
The first thing to understand about the Genesis is that they’ve been around since the mid-’90s.
The company was founded by four guys named Greg and Paul.
Paul, a former professional cyclist, has ridden for a variety of companies including a stint with Team Sky and an illustrious run in the WorldTour, but in his spare time he loves racing bikes.
Greg, the company’s founder and a former road bike racer himself, was the brains behind the Genesis line.
In 2012, the team started working with Trek and the Tour de France organizers to create the Genesis.
The bike was inspired by the popular Genesis 600 series bikes that were designed for the elite road cyclists of the time.
The idea for the Genesis was born.
“The concept for the 6S was just to have a bike that was really, really good and that was built around the Genesis 600, but it was still really light,” said Paul.
“We wanted to create a bike with a lot of the features that were in the 700 that were also really cool.
And we wanted to do it in a really nice package that we could sell.”
The Genesis 6 series was launched in 2012.
The Genesis 650 is the most popular of the bikes on the list, with over 12 million sold.
The Genesis 650 was the first bike to incorporate the new Genesis 6 system and the second to come with a bike called the Genesis 650F.
The first was built with a carbon frame, which has been improved on the 650F, with a wider fork, more travel and a slightly narrower seat tube.
The second was a carbon seat post, which was designed to improve comfort.
The bike also has a carbon fork with a 29-inch dropout, which is the same dropout found on the Genesis 700.
The carbon seatpost is the standard in this year.
The fork has been tweaked to accommodate a larger headset for comfort and a new bottom bracket, which uses a forged aluminum alloy for a lighter, stronger design.
The frame also uses a new fork design for the frame.
The handlebars use the same Shimano components as on the 700 and 700F, but the geometry is slightly different.
“We wanted it to be really comfortable and really light for what it’s supposed to do, but still have a very strong seat tube,” said Greg.
The new frame is more rigid than the carbon frame of the previous generation.
The chain stays are more durable, and the chainstay spacers are thinner, with an added layer of tape.
The head tube is also made of carbon, and has been redesigned to accommodate the new suspension.
The seatpost has been revised to accommodate bigger tires, a wider handlebar, a bigger brake rotor, and an added bottom bracket for increased support.
The rear brake rotors are also thicker.
The front brake rotor is made from carbon, with no visible tape and a carbon brake caliper.
The stem is also carbon and is taller, so it will be easier to reach the top tube.
The front brake rotators have been redesigned for the new frame.
A carbon brake rotor.
The new stem has been lowered, so the rider can reach the bottom tube.
All the frame components are also carbon.
The stem has also been lowered.
The carbon handlebar is still taller than the previous frame, and it has an extra-wide headtube for the seatpost.
The seat post is also a little taller.
The pedals have also been redesigned, and are made from an aluminum alloy.
The frame is a bit different than the 700, with some slight changes.
The downtube is made of a new material called Nomex, and is more flexible than the existing steel version.
The saddle is also different, but remains the same.
The brakes are a bit thicker and the stem is taller.
The bottom bracket is more stiff than the other Genesis bikes.
The brake rotor and caliper are also stronger, and they are also made from Nomext.
The headset is made up of NomeXT.
The shifters and brakes are also a bit stiffer, with the new stem having a lower head tube.
But it is still a very stiff, stable bike, and there is no dropout or shock.
The shifters also have a different profile, so they are easier to adjust.
The suspension is stiffer than ever.
The pedals are made out of a higher quality