Dude! Sh-ha! I have a Canondale Super-V for the off-road and a Novarra 14 speed for the road-touring and my favorite is a bike that lead the way in bicycle development.
Originally a Cadex Carbon Fiber rigid fram Mountain bike, my "Urban Assault" bike now sports 1.25 bald tires with 90psi of low rolling resistance. This is for takin' it to the streets - all the enduro of the mountain bike with the lower rolling resistance of street tires. When I'm heading out the door for who knows what I'm riding the "Urban Assault." Yeah, you can get it from a lot of manufacturers now that I've worked the kinks out....
Woah! I thought the head line said "What" not "Where...."
Well, I ride east on Constitution to Louisianna where I cross over the freeway to Wionrock. I continue east on the diversion channel to Tramway via a couple of different routs. Then a haul ASS back downhill, poppin' air on the "Urban Assault" every chance. Or I take the "UA" or the Novarra on a circle from my house via the North channel to Paseo del Norte, west to the Bosque Trail, then south to Rio Bravo. If in in good form I'll go up Bobby Foster past Journa Pavillion and take University (assaulting the airport) and home down Girard.
To many rides to mention here - kinda depends on which way the wind blows... sometimes it's out to Mesa del Sol and back on University.