Hello hive mind! tricky situation ahoy...
Nice guy that also commutes to work by bike, does a lot of road riding, also has a mtb. A good one, but a few years old. Carbon frame, hope mono minis, hardtail.
However, I have seen the bike before but did not realise it was his, and the forks are on the wrong way round.
I don't often see him, I know his name but we do not cross paths at all professionally except the occasional chat whilst locking up our bikes: how to tell him in the right way?
Not wanting to offend, and he is also very northern.
As an aside, one assumes having teh dropouts pointing backwards means the handling must be somewhat more twitchy? Any other reasons why it is a bad idea?