So a month or two ago, I got an entirely new drive-train put on my bike. New bottom bracket, cranks, front chain-rings, and cassette (from a freewheel), and new wheel.
The following weekend I had a charity ride that I rode two and from. For the first time ever, I had knee pain by the end of the ride.
I've played with the seat height, but it was marked so they got it back reasonably close. Nothing else has changed on the bike.
I've tried suspending my morning recreational rides for the last 2 weeks (the rain helped that choice) with no improvements. I've stopped doing the stretched for my hip pain for about a month now (I started those about the same time).
I still commute 2 miles to work, but I wouldn't think that would be enough to prevent healing. It's nice and flat.
Should I stop commuting and see if it gets better? Just walk? Any other suggestions? Is it possible there's something minorly different about the drive-train that requires another adjustment on my bike?
Editted to add:
It was a Trek 7000 with all stock parts. The LBS put on a Shimano Hyperdrive set on the front. Don't know if that matters.