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The web site Bike Dynamics has an online guide that could help you find the right fit. To me it sounds like you're going hard. If the thigh is swelling raising the seat could make it worse. Lowering the seat would affect knees so you need to find exact spot. You may also want to look at a roller for your Iliotibial Band, you could develop chronic ITBS if ...


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Take these factors into consideration: A horse is a fairly typical herd herbivore. It is mainly concerned about large, fast-moving predators. Its main means of defence is running away as fast as possible and hoping the predator gets one of the other horses in the herd instead. Its secondary defence is kicking the **** out of anything that gets in a ...


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At your weight I would size up to 25mm tires and run lower pressures. High pressure does not corner better than lower pressure especially in wet. Lower pressure permits more of the tire to engage the pavement as contact patch as does a more supple casing. I weigh 150-160 and ride 700x23 racing clinchers at 75-90 psi. Also new tires can have a film on them. ...


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I currently ride on Rubino Pro Slick tires, and have used various Vittoria tires for decades. The Vittoria Rubino tires you are using have similar wet grip to what I use (dry grip will be the same). The pressures you quote are good. I get the impression that both incidents occurred in the same corner. If that is the case then I would strongly suspect oil ...



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