You would need a frame with a really long top tube.BKnight said:sitting in the car riding home from vaction i got to thinking, could you put a reverse stem on a bike? granted i don't know much about geometry and how it would affect the different aspects, if at all. but it seems logical that if you got say a size larger frame and put the stem facing towards you with normal set up, what it would do is put the pressure point behind the front wheel and more on the hub so that you don't endo as easly?
is this even possible to work?
Or if you wanted to move your weight back , sit more upright , lighten the front end or have the controls closer to you.
Try it . see what happens.
My only thoughts are on cable routing. What kind of bends would you need in the housing to get the cables to run where they need to go?
Interesting thought , none the less.