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Old 01-12-21, 08:33 AM
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While the bike is in the shop, have them confirm your stem is installed safely. It is a big frame and that looks like a long stem but seems to me it’s not in the steerer tube very far, and you’d have a lot of leverage on it.

There is usually a mark or line that says “their much must be in the steerer”.

I assume you prefer the stem facing backwards for fit?

Nice looking bike btw.
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