Mountain Biking - Easing wrist pressure-Low rise or high rise bar?
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04-09-06, 06:13 PM
This mighty fine bar appears to be on quite the special. My current bike setup puts a little too much pressure on my wrists. Would a low rise or high rise bar cure such a thing?
04-09-06, 06:33 PM
My current bike setup puts a little too much pressure on my wrists. Would a low rise or high rise bar cure such a thing?
Before investing a new bar, you should adjust your saddle (nose up).
Depending on your setup, a riser bar can add a whole lot of extra comfort. I have experienced ulnar nerve impingment (that funny-bone feeling) while riding, and going to a riser bar helped.
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