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    What is your chocolate foot?

    Just curious. Mine is my left.

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    Left on the road, right on the trails.....
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    If I'm interpreting correctly, I'll have to say right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Namenda View Post
    If I'm interpreting correctly, I'll have to say right.
    What language is he using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by botto View Post
    What language is he using?
    terminology, not language. nice star

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    I like dark chocolate .... what's that got to do with feet ?
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    left
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    Quote Originally Posted by Namenda View Post
    terminology, not language. nice star
    dude, someone bought the star to spite me.

    i don't want it. i have even asked brian if i could re-gift it. so far, no answer.

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    That star is going to become the BF fruitcake.

    "When you are chewing the bars at the business end of a 90 mile road race you really dont care what gear you have hanging from your bike so long as it works."
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    Quote Originally Posted by botto View Post
    dude, someone bought the star to spite me.

    i don't want it. i have even asked brian if i could re-gift it. so far, no answer.
    Damn, really? If someone went through all that trouble, you may as well keep it.

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    Damn! I need two monitors to see -that- fruitcake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoRacer View Post
    Damn! I need two monitors to see -that- fruitcake.

    http://www.chocolatefoot.co.uk/about.htm

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    or better: http://www.creativevideo.co.uk/publi...d_adrenaline_1
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    my foot is both feet. I am crazy like that. it depends on the situation.
    I train to balance power between both feet.

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    Goofy foot here - right foot forward.

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    left foot foward while trackstanding (with front wheel turned to the left) and descending/coasting.

    right foot stays clipped in when I'm stopped.

    so both, I guess.
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    I'm still clueless on what the original question means.

    clueless in Connecticut,
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    Quote Originally Posted by carpediemracing View Post
    I'm still clueless on what the original question means.

    clueless in Connecticut,
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    Well, the link I supplied earlier shows:

    About Chocolate Foot

    This is a mountain biking site. I, and others like me, needed a place to keep bike related stuff, so I it just might as well be online.

    Oh, and in case you're wondering, your chocolate foot is whichever foot you lead with when you ride.
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    Left foot.

    I guess that it started when I was 6 years old and riding a frame that was WAY too big for me. To stop I would pull up next to the curb and put my right foot down on the curb, so I always started with my left foot. I'm guessing that me using the left foot first is purely a product of which side of the road traffic is on in the US.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoRacer View Post
    Well, the link I supplied earlier shows:

    About Chocolate Foot

    This is a mountain biking site. I, and others like me, needed a place to keep bike related stuff, so I it just might as well be online.

    Oh, and in case you're wondering, your chocolate foot is whichever foot you lead with when you ride.
    Ah, I didn't click on links. I thought there were a lot of links on fruit cakes (the edible kind, not the nut cakes... but that didn't come out right).

    I put my right foot down if I put a foot down. My left foot stays clicked in. I tend to keep my feet clipped in until I get off the bike or I recently fumbled a click in and I want to practice.

    Jeez, who figures out this terminology. I need a new dictionary lol.

    cdr

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    Left hand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdcheung View Post
    That star is going to become the BF fruitcake.

    Reposted because lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fprintf View Post
    Goofy foot here - right foot forward.
    ditto




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