But yes, you don't want to ride it on rough roads for too long with high rear tire pressure.
GaBa wrote:The thing I started noticing is that the front is too high for me (no spacers) and I'd prefer it lower. I'm riding size L with 183cm height and few mm less than 88cm inseam. Was wondering what size you guys ride?
I'm almost the with the same height (184cm) and inseam and I ride a large frame. I ride with one 5mm spacer under the stem. Will see wheter I can go lower, aero wise is my position quite good already.
Foil is marketed as an aero frame and its got a relatively long headtube, so the position is already quite streched out for the rider. Some say its geometry is more like a TT bike one. A high HT probably gives a more comfy position for the average cyclist. While being around 185cm has usually been a height for a L size Scott frame, in case of Foil it seems to me that a M frame gives more flexibility in terms of riding position.
I myself did go -10mm on the stem length to get the handlebar in a much more comfortable position, but im on the lower limit of stem size now. With the size M frame itself being 15mm shorter, I could easily compensate it with a longer stem and not being on the limit. I would also have some more "steering force".