UpWrong wrote: ↑10 Apr 2021, 1:00pm
That's inconsistent with others' descriptions of the Fuego. Do you have it on the highest ride height? This reduces trail and quickens the steering. The lowest ride height will increase the trail and make the steering less sensitive.
I have a Nazca with the Aerobars. They make the handling more "bike"-like. I don't get on with tiller steering.
Yes, every comment I’ve read about the Fuego mentions that it’s a solid, stable ride - that’s one of the things that attracted me to it, but compared to the other two wheel ‘bents I’ve ridden (a 20/26 stick bike with superman bars and a dual 26 high racer with tiller bars), I felt it was the most twitchy - there’s no way I could take a hand off the bars to take a drink for example, and I just generally find it really difficult to relax when riding it. Perhaps it’s the combination of a small front wheel and the tiller steering, and aerobars would improve things.
Incidentally, this is with the ride height in the lowest position and the seat height in the highest, but I’ve tried other combinations too - to be honest I couldn’t really tell any difference between any of the ride height settings!