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Old 09-09-18, 04:56 PM
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Bike fit and Piriformis Syndrome

Just curious here--spitballing. Would you say that if one has Piriformis Syndrome, that (without going into all the minutiae of fit and bike geometry, nor all the variables that riders physiology can have) that riding a bike with a more aggressive position would aggravate it more than one with a more upright, relaxed position? On the one hand, with the more aggressive position that part of the anatomy is actually more "opened up" I would think, but then the lower back is doing more work supporting things....so, I dunno. Anybody care to chime in?

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