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Old 02-15-11, 10:58 AM
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Originally Posted by radumas View Post
"Not good" is an understatement. All bikes are unstable at low speeds, recumbents much more so, so at slow hill climbing, you're also at risk of a stall-out. For me, a 4-5% grade became as difficult as a 10+ on a regular bike. I loved the idea; just couldn't handle the realities.
That sounds dangerous if you start wobbling into passing traffic.

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