I'm not really sure where to put my question, but here seemed like a good idea. A few weekends ago, I rode about 75 miles on Saturday, mostly straight roads. On Sunday, I rode another 50 on a twisty route for about 120 miles total. That's not a lot, I know, and the reason for my question. Monday morning, my left hip was in serious pain, and left groin muscle really in pain! Now, I'm 5'6", 160 lbs with athletic build, so the SV is perfect for my size, but why would I be jacked up so much after only 120 miles? I find the seat to be a little wide for me, and the pegs feel OK, and even find my bars are in an OK position (I guess, this is my 1st road-bike, so I have nothing to compare it to). I'm wondering if anyone else has experienced this odd pain after a long ride, and what they did to alleviate it in the future, either by changing the riding position of the bike (bars, pegs/rearsets, seat) or overall body position (the shoulder-hip-knee-ankle geometry). I do feel 'tucked-in' when I'm riding, and do move around on the seat when attacking corners, so I don't really know the cause of the pain. Maybe I'm just rambling (a possibility), but just wanted to put this out there and get some thoughts from some of you. Thanks for taking the time to read my post.