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Old 10-07-18, 11:34 PM
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Nobody can actually be of any true help, without a pretty broad range of information about your setup, your riding style, your bike frame size and your body size/demensions. Even how you place your hands, and wether or not you reposition often are all vitally important information. All of which, a good, properly trained bike fitter will use to help you. The best anyone could do here, is throw out opinions based on insufficient information. I will second the idea of providing some photos of your bike, even better if you could provide a profile photo of yourself, on the bike, as we might get lucky in being able to spot any obvious problems.
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