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  1. #1
    Onetimepad
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    Irregular Pedaling form

    Been riding / training for over a year, with very significant gains in speed and performance over the past year. I usually have ride spilts in the top 20-30% overall in my races. It's pretty hilly and windy where I am yet I usually average well over 20 mph in my races. I have gone through exhaustive bike fits and now evangalize the benefits. One thing I do notice though...my left foot and knee are perfectly alligned and linear. My right however, the heel angles inward and the knee pushes outward a bit. I notice this much more when I am tired or struggling through a difficult portion. Could this be an indication of leg length difference or flaw in body mechanics?

    Interested in your opinions....

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    TriBob
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    Could be leg length descrepency or hip flexability.

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    Senior Member psycofish's Avatar
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    I would think first of hip flexability....

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    Onetimepad
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    I was thinking leg length...didn't even think of flexibility issues

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