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Old Yesterday, 03:37 PM   #1
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Rox Risers Installed

After making a short video showing how much they improved my reach it occurred to me that I should have made a "before" video. Doh!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bi2iD9nvOyM
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Old Yesterday, 09:52 PM   #2
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Ok, which ROX risers did you use and did you have to reroute cables? I have a pair of anti-vibration ROX risers that were for another bike that I might use on the XCX in combination with a taller Seat Concepts seat.

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Ok, which ROX risers did you use and did you have to reroute cables? I have a pair of anti-vibration ROX risers that were for another bike that I might use on the XCX in combination with a taller Seat Concepts seat.

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The 2" risers. No cable re-routing at all. A very straightforward mod even for someone like me with minimal patience and tools.
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Old Today, 06:01 AM   #4
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Thanks Mattb4rd.

I've only got 300 miles on mine so far and the suspension is breaking in and is noticeably more compliant -- especially the rear. When I get out for a ride today I'll try adding an Air Hawk to the mix to gain a bit more leg room and see about installing the risers.

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