Hi all, I've been thinking about getting a bicycle that's more cut out for commutes over iffy roads and bad weather than my current skinny-tire 80's road bike. Specifically, the Swobo Baxter: http://www.swobo.com/catalog/product...Path=2448_2449 I'd be going for the 42cm step-thru size, and I love all the specs, but the one thing I am concerned about is that the Baxter is a bit too laid back. A sales representative told me that the Baxter is "sitting up with a bit of a forward lean," while I'd like something with a *bit* more aggression (I'm used to the suicide levers on my road bike). Based on the geometry (and the one picture I can find of the 42cm) http://www.flickr.com/photos/bike/4527228682/, do you guys think that I can make the ride a bit more aggressive by swapping out for, say, mustache bars and adjusting stem/seat height? What are the limiting factors on changing the riding position on a bike?
Thanks for your advice!