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Old 07-10-18, 01:35 PM
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Originally Posted by guidosan View Post
Any ideas and suggestions on where to start on correcting this is welcome
Although a proper fit of the machine and making sure that all of the contact points of bars/saddle/pedals and gloves/shorts/shoes are well fitted are very important there is no substitute for seat time.
When putting in the base miles necessary for adaption to the machine and building endurance there is no better time to work on the basics of operational control and developing a good position on the bike. Ride a straight predictable line, look where you want the bike to go, keep your elbows bent, turn a respectable cadence and have at it.

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