Issue with wrist angle
I'm going to probe the experience banks here and see if others have had the issue I have and if so, how they fixed it.
I commute on my bike as often as possible, 30 miles roundtrip. I love my 919 for it and have absolutely no complaints. A couple weeks ago I went on a ride that totalled about 250 miles. After about 75 miles my butt was getting sore, but I'm planning on sending in my seat to Spencer to get it modified. The main problem came after around 150 miles or so. I think the angle that my wrists are at while riding is causing me problems. Especially my right wrist. It started getting really sore and stiff. By the time the ride was completely over, I would get up to about 80, let loose of the throttle and shake my hand until I slowed back down to about 50 (great for traffic, huh?).
Does anyone else have this issue? If so, how have you solved it? I like the position of the stock bars as far as how much/little I have to lean forward to get them. I'm thinking bars with less of an angle, closer to drag bars might be better for me, but I'm not sure. Suggestions?
2003 Honda 919 - flapper mod, Clear Alternatives Smoke Tailight w/ integral turn signals, Stebel Nautilus air horn, DIY fender eliminator, LED license plate bolts, LED front turn signals, no resistor or new flasher so I blink like crazy.