ElevenFifty Posted February 14, 2007 Share Posted February 14, 2007 29" inseam. I have a Sargent low saddle that is okay. I used to think it was great but I made the mistake of riding a Russell Day long and I'm hooked. Common problem for us short legged guys - tippy toes on Russell. I ride 2-up a lot and just don't see providing my wife with a safe stop when I can't get my feet on the ground. How far could I PRACTICALLY lower the bike with new shocks? (I occasionally scrape a peg now) What are the best VALUE shocks in the market? (I like to ride solo twisties pretty fast, but I'm not a track class rider and don't aspire to be.) Russell says they can probably take 1/2" off the seat but no more than that. I love the RT. It's perfect for the mix of solo and 2-up riding I do . . . but I'm beginning to think that the lower LT position might be the answer. Your opinions are greatly appreciated. Link to comment
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