I mainly just want to go fast (er) + I already have to change my chain ring soon since its getting worn probably... looks like it at least.
Furthermore about the fork question, it was just an question, I don't really intend to change that if I don't have to>>1720147>I would not recommend a drop bar conversion
I prefer them, though I am a bit afraid that with my skill set switching this shit could very possibly get me killed while riding since it could pop out or something.
I already changed the pedals and tire to something that suits me better. As far as I know my bike fit its pretty decent, I'm never in pain where I shouldn't be and I dish out the proper power from my legs and what not.
I don't even know what my gear ratio or really understand it the numbers, I don't have enough fingers to count that high :) But the extra 3 gears a 105 give would surely help on steep ass climbs we have here + the long flats, no? Anyhow, I like the current size I have right now, when using other peoples bikes with small Chainrings, it just feels like you can't dish out power as much as I do on mine, theirs feels like it offer no resistance.>>1720149
II Mean with the covid meme bike prices are retarded + I don't live In a big city so most of bike shops here have been emptied out their stock that isn't in the 6000$ range or higher, that or they only have E-Bikes left. And the local craiglist equivalent here, is flooded with Walmart tier bso, or bikes made for manlets with 50-53cm frames.
I've seen bikes bought from the net and they have been insanely shit nearly 7.5/10 times so I don't really feel like playing Russian roulette with that. Unless you can suggest me a good site for that.
So that's kinda why id upgrades my Groupset, from what I'm seeing it should only be around 700$-900$ for those upgrades, I could be wrong... not a clue>>1720151
It's not as bad as I made it out to be 95% of the time I don't notice the vibrations I should just ride less like a kamikaze.