Originally Posted by ianbh
Dropped the Wee in a wet parking lot today in TN. My ankle and the sliders prevented any damage. I've never felt as uncertain on a non-dirt bike before. My inseam is 31-32 but I'm soon 70 so maybe lacking flexibility.
I think it's a combination of the bikes higher seat height and the Corbin seat (which is very wide at the front). Don't want to give up the seat which is very comfortable on long days or sacrifice too much cornering clearance. I've only drug a peg a few times so could give a little there.
I've thought of attacking the seat foam with a bread knife but am a little leery. I'm due for a Sasquatch rebuild when I get home and was wondering about lowering links then. Any suggestions?
TIA Ian, Iowa
Hi Ian, I used Kouba links on my bike and set up the bike very nicely by bringing up the forks through the triples to compensate. Much easier and better than carving up a good seat,
Let me know if you would like a set, they are easy to install will get you to where you need to be with the bike,
Email me if you like at email@example.com
I have a set here I could get out to you,
Enjoy the ride, and best regards,