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Old 03-19-14, 09:34 PM
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jalopyman
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Originally Posted by howeeee View Post
Thanks for the serious answers. As to avoiding the pot holes of course that is the ideal thing to do, but the pothole situation right now in Michigan is insane, I actually could not avoid them on a street leaving my street I live on there are so many. But for sure I will be looking for routes that dont have as many, if that is at all possible.
Has clown color scheme.
Isn't capable of standing whilst riding fixed.
Doesn't use foot retention.
Refused to address fact that he doesn't ride with foot retention.
Come on man, people are trying to help you out here!
On second thought might be better off on one of these

But really, get retention and work on unloading your weight as you roll over the inevitable pothole...you can practice anywhere.

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