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    Cinder cone unbalanced?

    Hi all,
    Last weekend was the first time I was able to take my Cinder Cone through some technical stuff. It was great and very manoeuvrable through the single tracks but when climbing it seemed to lack real balance! I was unable to stop either the front wheel lifting or put enough weight on the back to prevent a slide.
    Also I notice that the saddle tends to sit quite well back from the bottom bracket which is now exasperated since I’ve fitted a thudbuster.
    Has anyone else noticed this? Any ideas to get around this?
    I’d be most grateful for any advice?

    Caher

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    Sounds like a fit issue. Can not get more specific without seeing you on and riding the bike.
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    The frame is the same size as my other bikes – my issue is with the saddle position. It does not sit directly over the bottom bracket.

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