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Doesn't really matter - if you're fidding with brakes or trying to adjust your front/back weight, then you're not thinking enough about following the best line through the corner. The best cornering technique is to "enter the turn slow enough to not slide", with your outside food down. Braking while turning is not a good idea - it generally means you've ...


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You mention that this occurs on a "new turbo trainer." Are you sore after a road ride? Also, when you use the trainer does it replace some of your miles or do you just add them to your usual routine. Being new, I wonder if you are riding the trainer and also riding your usual road miles. My guess is that it's not bike fit (but it is a good one) but rather a ...


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Clipless pedals are a matter of preference - you don't have to use them. There are alternatives such as "half clips" which might suit you better. I've come to like mine, with mtb shoes and pedals that are designed to be rideable with clipless or normal shoes on either side. These allow you to ride in an alternative position (with the pedal under the arch ...


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Keeping your feet in one position is important when you want to use all your power to pedal in the most efficient way, or you want your feet to be stable on the pedals, because you tackle some hard stuff and your feet tend to move from their position without you wanting it. For you, you use your bike for commuting, which means you have to swing around to ...



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