As some of you will recall, last year I got heavily into cycling, to lose weight. I started on an old hybrid, then bought a new hybrid, then bought a friends old carbon frame road bike. Even when buying this one (only £500) it was to see how I would cope on a road bike (6'3 with a bad back at times). I seemed fine on it, but really miss the disc brakes I have on my Hybrid. I'm also told the groupset on this 2nd hand road bike is very old. I replaced the wheels with some nice £700 Campagnolo wheels, which is annoying I can't transfer, but I guess they will bump the value of the outgoing road bike. I have some cash saved up and could go as high as £5k I guess, but would much prefer to be about the £3k mark. At the same time, if that's a waste and I can spend £2k for the same experience, please tell me. I know nothing of bikes though, (not even how the gear ratios are explained etc) so looking for some help (and maybe explanation) here Info you might need, I'm 6'3 and 97kg. On my current road bike I hardly ever use the smaller ring at the front. I'd love something with a power meter built in, to connect to my Wahoo ELEMNT, but at the same time, I can just buy this after. Let me know if you need more info. Wiggle looks to be a good place for me to buy as I get 12% off a lot of bikes as a 'Platinum Customer'. A lot of the 2019 bikes seem heavily discounted on Wiggle, like this one. But would I be better getting a 2020? Does the technology move on that much? What would I get in this £5.2k bike that I wouldn't in this £3.5k bike? I'm in no huge hurry. My original plan was to buy a new bike in March. Just thought I'd make a start on gathering advice Thanks for any help.