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Old 07-12-18, 10:22 AM
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jackb
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If your frame size is correct, everything else can be adjusted by you to increase comfort. Measurements can be a rough guide of where to start, but really it's how you feel durning and after the ride. Move things around until everything feels good. I don't believe professional bike fitting matters much unless you are a racer or are looking for maximum performance. Recreational riders--what most of us are--simply need to be comfortable.
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