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Old 10-11-15, 01:21 PM
Non omnino gravis
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The risk is proportionate to the level of care/maintenance put into the bike. I've never once worried about kicking the front wheel out under braking, but then again I also make sure my QRs are tight before riding out. Forks now all have the "lawyer lips" anyway, so you'd most likely know something was wrong before the whole wheel came out.
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