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:lol: That is genuinely how I ride it. I'm not going too change my saddle angle that any other way makes my back ache like hell just for a photo.. Sorry..


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Might still throw one of my Fats in...just running out of time. Busy packing and shipping :?


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:lol: That is genuinely how I ride it. I'm not going too change my saddle angle that any other way makes my back ache like hell just for a photo.. Sorry..


Ever experience numb hands or sore elbows from holding yourself back on the saddle?


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mikeekim89 wrote:
:lol: That is genuinely how I ride it. I'm not going too change my saddle angle that any other way makes my back ache like hell just for a photo.. Sorry..


Ever experience numb hands or sore elbows from holding yourself back on the saddle?


hmmm, also can't be too fun when you have to come off the back of the saddle. Looks painful all around.


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No sore hands or elbows. Or grab incidents. Fortunately.


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mikeekim89 wrote:
No sore hands or elbows. Or grab incidents. Fortunately.


video proof of coming off the back of the saddle and back on without a snag or I call work :wink:


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You'll get it on it's new home. My StumpJumper.
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