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Old 08-12-19, 08:02 AM
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Sapperc
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Originally Posted by epnnf View Post
(OK, bisect may not be the right word) If I measure the distance from my right knee to the top tube, I get about an inch or so; the same measurement on the left is more than 3 inches. I just noticed this- I imagine I have 100K miles over the last 25 yrs. I dont have any fit problems. Should I care?
Everyone is physically asymmetric to some degree or other. Interesting that it took you this long to notice, but since it doesn’t cause any discomfort or affect your cycling I suspect you can continue to ignore it for another 25 years. My right knee comes closer to the top tube then my left as well. Doesn’t bother me either.

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