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Looking to get more aggressive position

Old 06-26-10, 09:00 PM
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Looking to get more aggressive position

I recently bought a cyclocross bike after I got hit on my track bike and totaled it. I love the bike, but I think it is a tad big for me. Not much, but a little. I've moved the seat as far as up I can get it, and I can't move the stem down any further (no rise) because it hits the canti adjuster. I have ergo cross bars (whatever comes stock on the San Jose) but i'm wondering if there are extra deep road bars available, or if it is advisable to go to track drops. (do hoods work fine on track drops?). Looking for guidance. Thank you.
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Old 06-27-10, 05:36 AM
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So...What are you attempting to do with this bike? Most folks who ride roadsters are looking for an efficient position that lets them put in a lot of miles without strain or injury.
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