This question was put on hold. It's a fairly specific question that is definitely answerable. The OP may have over committed a bit by including specific bike examples, but it is still quite the valid question. If someone posted a "I want to ride criteriums, but occasionally downhill race, would a carbon endurance road bike work well for me for both?" The question would be easily answered. If we can't make recommendations for what styles of frames/bikes are appropriate to riding conditions unbiased by the riding styles being asked about, perhaps we need to look back at many other questions for closure as well.
Perhaps a better way to look at product recommendations would be to avoid specific brand/model recs, rather than.banning all types of broad category advice.
In addition, when an OP asks a question which has a brand/model request, it is up to how we answer as much as their question whether it becomes an advert or not.
I do think we are often too quick to close questions before they have time to be explored properly.
I know that a question can be reopened, but closing it too quickly is a shock to many new posters and might be a deterrent to them becoming a long term part of our community.