Hi, I'm thinking of making some change to my stock Kona Dew Plus. Particularly, dropping the height of the flat bars. AS standard, it has 620mm riser bars - and quite a few spacers (4-5cm) under the stem (8deg-90mm) on the steerer. So there's a lot to play with. To really throw the position forward, I could install proper flat bars, invert the stem, and place it at the bottom of the steerer (with either the spacers above or cut the steerer down). In total, I could possibly drop my hand positions more than 12cm, though I'd probably play with it gradually. Now, my question is what effect will this have? I know it'll be a more aerodynamic position (for a hybrid) but what other effects? The Dew's frame is quite compact with a small wheelbase so I'm certainly not stretched out. so dropping the bars will throw my weight well onto the front. Will this make the bike more twitchy or more stable? I'm guessing the lower centre of gravity will make cornering easier but have I got this right? Any thoughts welcome. Cheers.