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Just trackstanding on a flat road, mountain bike or other regular situation, just use the foot you feel most comfortable with in the forward position. The real key to performing a good, solid trackstand is to find a balance of forward pressure with your front pedal and resistance with either your brakes or your rear pedal (if you're riding fixed gear). ...


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Not directly relevant to your question, but it may provide some insight: I have a medical condition (post-polio syndrome) which is causing me to lose muscle strength. As a result, I'm starting to have difficulty sometimes starting out from a standing stop. My left leg is about 30% weaker than my right leg, but my inclination is to stand on my right leg, ...


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(too big for a comment)...not a real answer, just a partial: From UCI part 3: 3.2.039 The rider on the inside of the track, unless overtaken, shall lead at least at walking pace and make no manoeuvre to force his opponent through until reaching the pursuit line on the opposite side of the track. A maximum of two standstills shall be permitted for each ...


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There is no rule or best, it's just whatever feels natural. Similar to which foot you put forward on a (skate,snow,surf)board. I'm always left foot forward on bmx, but that was mainly because I didn't want to wreck my right hand drive sprocket when I was first learning how to do grinds on my left side. If I try to do anything right foot forward it feels ...



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