I've been an upright rider and racer for 25 years and my wife just got me a Bacchetta Corsa to help me with my back issues. I love the ride and the speed of the bike. Climbs like a champ but I'm used to a bike that is a bit less "twitchy" in the steering. On my uprights I can ride on a road strip but on this bent I need to allow for a 2 foot area incase the bike darts to the right or left. I'm kind of tired of the panic attacks when the bike jumps with the slightest handlebar input. How can I stablilize this racer?
I was thinking of two ways:
1: Fork with less rake.
2: Switching to a different "tweener" bar and stem that comes closer to my body rather than the superman style of bar and stem that is stock on the Bacchetta Corsa.
Any ideas would be very helpful.