No, they don't work well for city riding. I use them for highway riding, works for me. Thought about getting the extensions, but don't want to scrape too much.One thing I don't understand.
What's with HIGHWAY pegs and engine guard ? :dontknow:
Are you all from some places with no traffic ?
What do you do (beside just to look at engine guard and pegs) in stop and go traffic ?
Is that solution good for city riding ?
I don't think so.
Ghost, that's my point.No, they don't work well for city riding. I use them for highway riding, works for me. Thought about getting the extensions, but don't want to scrape too much.
Robert, tell us little more about cutting the foam out of your seat. :dontknow:6'3 on a good day good recommendations above.I added some 2 inch Rivco risers and rotated the handle bars up a little. I cut about 1 and 3/4 inch of foam out of my seat. This helped me sit straighter in the saddle and I don't have as much fatigue when I ride now. Got real tired of riding hunched over all the time.I also got some Zombie pegs so I can ride with my heals resting on them and get to alternate my foot position on long rides.
The weird thing is that my height is all in my torso. I have extra vertebra and short legs. 31 inch inseam.
You need a heavy duty staple gun. Remove the staples from the seat cover and then take the foam off of the seat.The foam is usually rapped in a plastic wrap like sandwich wrap.Remove it then use a marker and trace your line on the foam. Then use an electric carving knife and cut the foam a little at a time. You can sit the foam on the seat mount and do a couple of test sits on the bike till you get it where you want it.Robert, tell us little more about cutting the foam out of your seat. :dontknow:
You did it ? Professional ?
How did you go about it ?