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Old 12-17-09, 12:36 AM
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Originally Posted by Profoxcg View Post
i see, well i guess it is the opposite of "pulling my bike" which I do before I sit down after a sprint sometimes.... makes sense? I guess its quite easy to throw the bike ?
If your reference of 'pulling your bike' is pulling the bars when you're out of your saddle, then you're comparing two unlike things. Pulling on the bars helps put more force into the pedals. The bike throw allows you to push your bike forward to make the front wheel cross the line first. It adds a bit of speed. The same time spent pedaling wouldn't add the same amount of speed to the front wheel.

I have no idea what you're trying to say, and part of me thinks that you're a hair clueless. So explain what you're saying and I'll (we'll) help you out!

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