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I think you would get better engagement if you raised your saddle slightly. Without seeing the position of your leg at the bottom of the stroke in a still, it is hard to tell how much. I would like to see your position without the spacers.
will102 wrote:Hey, thanks for the reply. Not sure i completely understand this, i would have thought that a lower position would place more pressure on the soft tissues?
A too upright position puts too much weight over the saddle. You want to be low enough that the weight is balanced over your feet, not your junk.
NNS = Numb Nuts Syndrome
NNS with an arione, I suspect you're gonna have to change saddles. I'm big on the SMP saddles right now, but they don't allow you to change positions too much. Steve Hogg's website has some good insight on them.
I do agree that the front end can come down.
I wouldnt make any definitive suggestions without being able to watch in person especially considering what I think I saw.
Just wanted to chime in before another person made mistakes because of a forum fit.
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It has the H2 geo......one step racier than a hybrid bike
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