by TBentz 2020-06-21 01:13:38
It's a 2020 Giant Roam 3 Disc. Black and orange.
14thFloor 2020-06-25 07:31:01
That's a good all around bike. A lot of the saddle fit and comfort depends on your posture. A fat seat is good for an upright posture while the narrow seats work best for a forward leaning posture. You should check the saddle height. On the down stroke your leg should be nearly fully extended with just a bit of flex at the ankle. If you seat is too low (which it looks like in your picture) you can't get the most efficient power from your legs.
TBentz 2020-06-24 23:43:03
Thanks Randy. I didn't consider a faster (and more costly) bike as I haven't been on one in over 35 years. I've only had it two weeks, and while I can certainly ride it, I have to work on my technique, a lot. I put a fat saddle on it cause the "speed comfort" saddle that came with it hurt me too much. I was out today practicing with start/stop/start/stop, etc. I'm nearly 69, so it's gonna take me a while to gain confidence and ability. But today's practice was helpful, I could tell. Still, I can only do 30 minutes and my bottom gets sore. I hope that eases up, so I can stay out longer.
14thFloor 2020-06-24 13:31:56
Nice bike. I recently bought a Giant Fastroad SL2 and am quite happy with it.
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