I also like the blue accents. And it's nice to see a PM on there too.
I didn't want to overdue the blue or white for that matter. These are my last set of Reynolds blue carbon pads, I have two unopened sets of SwissStop Black Prince pads that will replace them. The Reynolds have been great, with no scary issues even when wet. I just wanted to try the SwissStops and I got them in a trade.
Look at the lines in the garage door seam, there's more visible on one side than the other, that's contributing to the saddle level perception issues.
Whenever you take a pic of something against the wall (with things running horizontal), you have to shoot it perpendicular to the wall, perfectly perpendicular, or somethings won't look level when other things are level.
Yep, knew these things, also whenever possible you should place the camera at the same level of the bike or sometimes at a lower angle, rather than from above, unless you are looking for a specific look.
Besides my garage door is not 100% level, there is probably a 1° slope up from left to right, and never really fixed it in the 11 years we have lived at this house. Usually just rotate the image in Lightroom to get the door to look level, as that is more distracting than the saddle angle. Anyway I will take a few more images tomorrow as I just got this saddle today.
File comment: New saddle, will be modding it to change the red accent in the front to blue. Duplicolor Vinyl paint works wonders and lasts if properly applied.
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I also have a white 4-Axis 44 stem in my spare parts box, but fear it would be too much. I am likely going to change stems anyway to a C260 or some other stiffer stem.