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New Ride (pics)(11 posts)

New Ride (pics)mtbiac
Oct 18, 2002 9:59 AM
Raleigh R600 2002. Equation wheelset. Full Shimano 105. Mainly a training rig to get my torn ACL/meniscus rehab surgery knee back into shape :( But I really enjoy cycling and the bike is great. Thanks for all the help, guys/gals.

btw- Like?
what about a smaller frame ? (nm)Andreas_Illesch
Oct 18, 2002 10:04 AM
what about a smaller frame ? (nm)mapei boy
Oct 18, 2002 10:10 AM
Give him a break. He's just enjoying himself Rivendell style.
maybe it fitsFez
Oct 18, 2002 12:15 PM
stem looks "normal" length. maybe he has the long torso/not so long legs thing. the old motto - buy to fit the top tube?
maybe it fitsmtbiac
Oct 18, 2002 1:55 PM
Actuall, I have it setup this way (low saddle height) because it hurts to stretch my leg out all the way, its only temporary though. Thanks for the kudos..

btw- nobody noticed the MTB saddle? WTB Laser V :) more comfortable on me arse.
maybe it fitsSpunout
Oct 19, 2002 7:01 AM
As you gain flexibility, and come out of the injury, you should be able to enjoy the benefits of raising the saddle. More power, and actually less stress on the knees with a few more inches.
i love posts like thisFrith
Oct 18, 2002 11:00 AM
here is my shiny new toy.
here is the object of my affection.
here is the thing i've saved for months for
It's nice to have a group of people you can show a picture of your bike to without their eyes glazing over.
btw mtbiac --- nice!
Enjoy the Rehabjromack
Oct 18, 2002 11:06 AM
I got a new ACL installed in December 2000.

This year I am shooting for 500 miles. Biking is great for rehab.

Make sure your set-up is easy on the knees, (float in pedals, seat position optimal, stay away from the big chain ring for a while)

Enjoy!
Good Luck and enjoy!PEDDLEFOOT
Oct 18, 2002 11:29 AM
looks niceDougSloan
Oct 18, 2002 2:34 PM
This is certainly personal preference, but your wrists might be more comfortable with the handle bars turned up a little bit.

Have fun.

Doug
Nice ride.look271
Oct 19, 2002 4:40 PM
Take it easy and enjoy it. Have fun!