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Old 06-03-04, 07:46 PM
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wlevey
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Bikes: Bike 1 - Bianchi 928, Easton carbon stem, bar & seat post, Ultegra 11/23 cassette. Bike 2 - 03 Lemond Buenos Aries. FSA compact crank, Sella Italia FSK sadle and Ultegra 12/27 cassette

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As far as I know you really can't DO anything to change your anatomy. Some of us ride with our knees in and straight (me) and others with legs sticking out like chickens. Oh, and the guy with the chicken style can still drop you like a bad hgabbit if he has the legs!!

Is your stoke smooth all (OK most) of the way through the pedaling cycle? If so, that is about the best you can hope for and will give you the most efficent use of your muscles (Don't forget to ankle).

Bill
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