Do big people suffer potential death wobble on road bikes as easily as lighter people
Something that I have read about riding road bikes is the occasional death wobble. The point where your handlebars start to oscillate and shimmy to the point of a scary death wobble.
I have read that you are supposed to put your knee against the frame to lessen the effects of the wobble and hopefully you can just ride it out.
I wonder about this because I haven't gone super fast but would like to go faster. The fastest I have ridden down a hill in my neighborhood was 34mph.
So do bigger people help with the dampening and prevent death wobble or does it affect all people no matter the size?
I'm a super sized clyde riding a road bike.