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post Aug 6 2020, 05:03 PM

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Long time no post cycling related and justin.loong today I think yesterday fapped too much to that Kimchi chick rest today

Yesterday chinti asked want good stuff for his Android(yucks)

So I showed him Pocpac
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QUOTE(lilredridinghood @ Aug 6 2020, 05:03 PM)
Long time no post cycling related and justin.loong today I think yesterday fapped too much to that Kimchi chick rest today

Yesterday chinti asked want good stuff for his Android(yucks)

So I showed him Pocpac
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SL7 sudah order tak
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post Aug 6 2020, 05:06 PM

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QUOTE(lilredridinghood @ Aug 6 2020, 05:03 PM)
Long time no post cycling related and justin.loong today I think yesterday fapped too much to that Kimchi chick rest today

Yesterday chinti asked want good stuff for his Android(yucks)

So I showed him Pocpac
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ayam reuse plastik teh ais ikat tepi + rubber band je
later i post pic
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QUOTE(chinti @ Aug 6 2020, 05:06 PM)
SL7 sudah order tak
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When SL8 comes out maybe I might
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post Aug 6 2020, 05:13 PM

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QUOTE(miaopurr @ Aug 6 2020, 05:06 PM)
ayam reuse plastik teh ais ikat tepi + rubber band je
later i post pic
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In cat language, tong sampah is colloquially known as pent house right?

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post Aug 6 2020, 08:07 PM

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In cat language, tong sampah is colloquially known as pent house right?

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post Aug 6 2020, 08:37 PM

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No wonder sampah
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post Aug 7 2020, 12:27 AM

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Guys I encountered a very peculiar problem regarding saddle height.

Previously I have used the "locked back of heel" method to determine my saddle height. While it is ok in most of the time, I noticed that occasionally when I was doing high rpm spins like about 75-90, I am bouncing on the saddle, which could mean I am twisting hips to compensate. This is an indication of bright set too high.

So I went to YouTube and search around, I have tested both the inseam X 0.883 method and the 109% methods, both give a height that is just 1-2 cm apart.
My issue is, both method's saddle height feels too low for me. So this is the pic after the height adjustment according to 109% method. Do you think it is too low? It is almost parallel height with the handlebar.

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post Aug 7 2020, 06:10 AM

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QUOTE(andrewhtf @ Aug 7 2020, 12:27 AM)
Guys I encountered a very peculiar problem regarding saddle height.

Previously I have used the "locked back of heel" method to determine my saddle height. While it is ok in most of the time, I noticed that occasionally when I was doing high rpm spins like about 75-90, I am bouncing on the saddle, which could mean I am twisting hips to compensate. This is an indication of bright set too high.

So I went to YouTube and search around, I have tested both the inseam X 0.883 method and the 109% methods, both give a height that is just 1-2 cm apart.
My issue is, both method's saddle height feels too low for me. So this is the pic after the height adjustment according to 109% method. Do you think it is too low? It is almost parallel height with the handlebar.

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saddle almost same level as handlebar is normal if got height problem.
anyway, whatever methods u use, just to help u start somewhere.
the correct way is to test ride and have someone look at how the height affects ur body
if u hip rocks left n right, u need to lower the saddle. spine n hip should be still n level

bouncing at high rpm is normal even if ur setup is correct.
75-90 s not high rpm
btw when it comes to bikefit, 1cm-2cm is HUGE
people make adjustments in millimeter

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post Aug 7 2020, 08:01 AM

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One time a mechanic messed up my saddle height position and I used both the 0.88 and heel or whatever you call it way to DIY the saddle height.

It was 65cm BB to saddle.
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QUOTE(lilredridinghood @ Aug 7 2020, 08:01 AM)
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One time a mechanic messed up my saddle height position and I used both the 0.88 and heel or whatever you call it way to DIY the saddle height.

It was 65cm BB to saddle.
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Then I paid RM200 for a basic fit, to check the saddle fore aft and height position.

It’s now 68.5, I’m considering going up to 69

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QUOTE(lilredridinghood @ Aug 7 2020, 08:04 AM)
Then I paid RM200 for a basic fit, to check the saddle fore aft and height position.

It’s now 68.5, I’m considering going up to 69

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u still membesar bagai johan?
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post Aug 7 2020, 08:16 AM

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u still membesar bagai johan?
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Nanti jadi raksasa menghapus kucing
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Nanti jadi raksasa menghapus kucing
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post Aug 7 2020, 08:31 AM

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post Aug 7 2020, 09:24 AM

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Smh Cat like Seks
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post Aug 7 2020, 10:36 AM

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QUOTE(miaopurr @ Aug 7 2020, 06:10 AM)
saddle almost same level as handlebar is normal if got height problem.
anyway, whatever methods u use, just to help u start somewhere.
the correct way is to test ride and have someone look at how the height affects ur body
if u hip rocks left n right, u need to lower the saddle. spine n hip should be still n level

bouncing at high rpm is normal even if ur setup is correct.
75-90 s not high rpm
btw when it comes to bikefit, 1cm-2cm is HUGE
people make adjustments in millimeter
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umm, for my level, consider high lor.... plus the fact that i am not using clipless pedal also one factor
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post Aug 7 2020, 02:24 PM

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QUOTE(lilredridinghood @ Aug 6 2020, 10:07 AM)
This is mei mei actually
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i wan to merry dia mei mei...hhnnhgghh... drool.gif brows.gif wub.gif
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I'd be willing to spoon feed this cat... aaauuummm... drool.gif
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