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Why even take the chance of not getting accepted into the area you wish to see. Clean up first. Good personal hygiene should be an accepted rule of thumb when you are interacting with others in any situation. Have a good day.Hi Mike,
First question, are you feeling any pain? Do you need to change something?Hi PD Lamb,
If so, perhaps the place to start would be getting a stem that brings the stock bars up to seat level (if it's lower than that) and perhaps back toward your saddle. The bike shop where you bought it should be able to help with that, or any competent shop can help you check out alternate stems and swap them for you.
You can spend a lot of time and money swapping bars.
I agree it's all about how your bike is set up. However, there is a similar discussion going on over here in UK http://forum.ctc.org.uk/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=74356Hi Tony,
plus Sheldon Brown has some good pointers http://sheldonbrown.com/deakins/handlebars.html
Let us know how you get on as I also have LHT and had thought about doing the same.