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Topic: How to Discard the Shuffle Start and Pedal Right

Posted on: 26th Sep 2017 7:11 AM    Quote and Reply

The shuffle start is probably what most of us use when pushing off on our bikes: putting one foot on a pedal and using the other to push off on the ground before taking off. This way, you’re using the ground as your taking off plane instead of the pedal itself – leading to an ineffective and slower start. This wrong technique happens when we learn to ride without “proper instruction”.


 


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Posted on: 31st May 2019 11:40 AM    Quote and Reply


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The shuffle start is probably what most of us use when pushing off on our bikes: putting one foot on a pedal and using the other to push off on the ground before taking off. This way, you’re using the ground as your taking off plane instead of the pedal itself – leading to an ineffective and slower start. This wrong technique happens when we learn to ride without “proper instruction”.


 


Read more..
http://www.togoparts.com/magazine/guide/discard-shuffle-start-pedal-right/


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Unless going uphill, there is no need for shffle start, if we have done our calculation? Should we be in the right geardrive when we stop pedalling?

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Posted on: 31st May 2019 6:37 PM    Quote and Reply


Yes thats a great way to make your bike last longer and make the durability sustain, using this method perfectly in sync will be best.

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