This is my first post. Looks like a great forum. I ride a 03wr450 up here in quebec. I`ve been riding for many years, mainly trails in the last few. Yes i am a tall rider (not a tallfider )6`2" 195 pds.I have a tendancy to ride sitting, wich as been ok so far. Most of my friends (5`10" or so) ride standing wich is much easier for them. I`ve decided lately that i wanted to work on riding in the standing position more. It seems to offer more technical advantages and is easier on the spine in the long run. I have tapered bar with an adapter wich brings them up about 1 inch. WATH I WOULD LIKE TO DO IS LOWER THE FOOTPEGS AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE. I think that lowering the footpegs is the foremost important thing a tall rider can do. It brings him closer to the controls, helps him sqeeze the bike with is knees, brings down the hole center of gravety wich improves balance. BUT HOW FAR DOWN CAN YOU OR SHOULD YOU GO??? I`ve read about lowboy footpegs by fastway wich brings them down a 1/2 inch. Is this enough and worth it? Can they be taking down any lower and how? any other aftermarkets? Any response would be appreciated. Tallrider PS: By the way i went riding down West Virginia at the Hatfield-Mccoy trails last april. Great place to ride specialy when there is still snow up here.