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09-14-19, 01:30 PM
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Posted By Kapusta

Fit advice for aches and pains over the internet...

Fit advice for aches and pains over the internet should be taken a whole sack of salt. Who knows why YOUR neck hurts, but Iíll tell you what helped mine:

Tilting my saddle nose down a bit so that...
09-12-19, 04:35 PM
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Posted By TimothyH

My feeling is that this might resolve itself as...

My feeling is that this might resolve itself as more riding is done.

This is based on my own neck which got quite thick and muscular when I commuted 12,000 km/year on a road bike. In 2018 I rode...
09-12-19, 12:02 PM
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Posted By u235

It's not a myth that wider bars on a bike give...

It's not a myth that wider bars on a bike give more direct control per given amount of effort. How wide you want to go and anything you see as a negative side effect of that is up to personal...
09-12-19, 07:36 AM
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Posted By u235

It may not just be from the bike... I get the...

It may not just be from the bike... I get the same exact neck pain occasionally after some 80+ mile rides. At times I can do 5 straight 80 mile days with no pain and at times it appears after only...
09-11-19, 06:12 PM
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Posted By Clem von Jones

It's counter-intuitive but sometimes you can...

It's counter-intuitive but sometimes you can increase your comfort by lowering/slamming the stem. If you can get the stem low enough and your saddle setback far enough to balance over the bike with...
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