KWalker wrote:Also running the saddle correctly would help keep your weight centered as opposed to falling forward and off the bike.
Tinea Pedis wrote:Rotating the bars correctly would also help.
Thanks for the tips.
Done a small 30km ride today with 4 and 5 hex keys on the back pocket for adjustments on the go
Small corrections on saddle position and tilt about 10mm up and forward, and handlebar tilt.
The bike feels more comfortable now, but the handlebar still feels too narrow with 400mm wide... hmmm na I don't like it...
check out some more pictures here:
https://picasaweb.google.com/1120289255 ... OmolujpxwE
jsprbcn wrote:1st road bike and an SLX... well done!
yes it's an awesome bike very light and very stiff it's impressive, you cant bend the seat stays 1mm with all your strength!
And looks cool too
PPS only takes inseam into account? Thats not very good prediction for frame size.. found that out the bad way. Pay attention if you're going to buy a new canyon!
weight: 71kg now 72...