...Me: 6'5" tall, 36" legs, size 13 boot, 210 lbs...
You need to visit more BBQ joints.
The shift lever is steel, so it can be bent.
On the latest models I believe
that the brake lever is steel. They used to be aluminum. Check it with a magnet to be sure it is steel. If it is, it can be bent.
Now, for some cockamamie advice.
It might be that a taller seat would do you some good. Get two bath towels and roll them up, set them side by side under your skinny butt and go for a ride. If that helps it is pretty easy to get some hard foam added to the seat and a new seat cover made.
This I am not sure of, but the Gen 1 brake levers might have been a tad lower than the later ones. If I can remember where I put my Gen 2 brake lever (I have not had great success with this sort of thing this week) I'll do a side-by-side and let you know. Might be an option.
There are longer shift levers available and many folks find that the longer lever solves the problem. I think Moose makes one. The down side to them is that they stick forward of the recess in the case where they are supposed to sit, so an impact to the shift lever can strike the case. If you go that route make sure that the lever you choose has the disk on the case side of the lever to help avoid punching a hole in the case.
With that, I'm off to find a Gen 2 brake lever...