Originally Posted by primoz
Sure thing... send it over here. But just one question, since I'm obviously completely wrong about this... if this has nothing to do with bike geometry and bike setup, how come I get constant pain in hand with one of mine older bikes, even if I got out just for hour, and I never have this problems with my current mtb, even after 3 or 4h rides? Oh yeah... grips are same on both bikes, so I agree it has to be something about grips.
Sorry to dump on you Primoz.....I agree, bike fit can be a big factor. If I use too short of a stem my wrists will hurt, but with a longer fit they are fine. I just objected to the idea that if Bushslapper's hands hurt that his bike must not fit . He obviously knows a whole lot about bikes probably has his position pretty well worked out. Many of us have our bikes set up "properly", but still find our necks, backs, hands, butts, wrists etc. can hurt from time to time. We appreciate good ideas,,,those grips work for him and are worth a try. If you've zoned your hand pain down to position, great.