for one thing, I would say your housing runs are a tad too long = too much slop. another approach is to run the the shifter cables to the normally opposite cable stop and then cross the cables to the correct side under the down tube before they get to the bottom bracket. makes a simple little cable cross right underneath and in the middle of the downtube. this creates more efficient curves in front of the headtube...and in most cases alleviates interference with the brake cable. i swear this works perfectly.
Hi, cables are slightly too long to allow me to remove the handle bars or turn them for transport or storage. I've tried running the cables on the opposite sides but it makes it even worse as that puts an extreme s bend in the cable. There is only 20mm before the brake is in the way and the brake still hits the cable. If my stops were on the down tube then there would be no issue as the cable would have space to bend.
That's what happens when you use the right brake lever for the front brake, normally it's the other way around. Right is rear, left is front.
Hi, It doesn't matter what way it's cabled as the brake is still in the way. This is the standard setup in the UK.