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Old 04-30-2020, 06:04 PM
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Work on your core strength and get back to the original spec'ed set up as your body adjusts. Watch that your saddle height is correct (and eyeballing it I think your saddle need to drop back a bit but if you don't have a shorter stem your reach will be very long) When this craziness settles down go get another fit. Can't emphasize this enough, but working on your core and flexibility will save you hundreds of dollars on bike equipment adjustments. That bike is a keeper. good luck. Oh and don't ride with pain.
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