This is my problem. I can ride fine for an hour or so in the twisties but the way back I'm in pain and can barely ride home without stopping a few times.
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Must be some Voodoo economics going on, here. What does it avail a person to spend their hard earned monies on a solution that maybe gets one closer
? The only way is it to use fully
adjustable clip-ons as well as fully adjustable rearsets
. I believe there is a sizeable population that does not comprehend the word "fully," but does not comprehend the concept from an ergonomic approach.
I normally take two long bike vacations each year; each is approximately 10-14 days long; each sees me ride for 8-hrs/day. I stop for gas, food, and check out a smattering of points of interest spots, none lasting longer than 30-min.
Re-read the previous paragraph: nearly, if not 2-wks; for eight hrs/day. Oh yeah, this is fast(ish) riding. Each journey take rack up 2500 miles - 3000 miles. To be honest the CA trip sees me spending three-four days "off the road" so to speak, because I am only commuting between Aptos, CA and Monterey, CA (this is to go to Laguna Seca).
My lower back has been fuse with bone graphs, as well as using Ti-rods & Ti screws. (I have a birth defect that went undetected for 35-yrs). I also have had total shoulder replacement in both shoulders, meaning they remove the top of my arm bone (humerus) and hammer in a metal prosthetic device and commence building a shoulder joint.
I only share this last paragraph with all of you to illustrate the point that I ought to be the "Poster Child" for one who ought not
be able to spend copious time in the saddle riding 'at speed' on a sportbike. But, what I am is a living example that it is possible. It takes a little money, and some research, and some 'trial & error.' It's also better/easier if one has the gumption to man their own spanners and the like. Learn, and then learn some more. Don't stop learning.