Tallboy wrote:The downside to stripping the saddle if you have an extreme position like you have and I do is it's more skippy o you may find you're pushing yourself back on the seat a lot. If you can get an old slr off eBay to try it on before you wreck your best seat! This is mine viewtopic.php?f=10&t=90731&hilit=Slr+tuning" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; but stick slr tuning into search and there's detailed guidance too
It's a race bike, the seat is torn up on the sides anyway from crashing.
SSB wrote:There's something inherently more sexy about aero weenies. It flies against the conception that they're mutually exclusive.
Yep, aero, and light is the way to go.
dgasmd wrote:Now, where have I seen this bike before...............
Yeah, can you believe as big of a weight weenie as I am it took me until just now to join this board?