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Old 06-18-07, 07:27 AM
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stonecrd
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The pics are coming, I bought cages and new ultegra pedals on-line so I will get them on first. I expect many happy miles on the bike. I actually went out to do 60 yesterday which was kind of aggressive for a new bike and especially a new saddle, the original was one those thin Selle saddles which I change for a Specialized Avatar which felt pretty good. The weather, however, was just too hot and humid (85F 75%RH) to do that long of a ride so we shortened to 40 miles.

This is the first time I had a full bike fitting done and I would recommend this to anyone. Last bike I just did it myself and tweaked and tweaked until things felt right. This time having the ability to swap stems and have a pro look at your position while fitting resulting in everything being right the first time. The only thing I really need to get use to is changing from a triple with a 52/42/30 to 53/39 double.
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