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Dismount Difficulty Due to Flexibility Decline

Old 03-01-21, 07:38 PM
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Originally Posted by MinnMan
recumbent.. There's a whole subforum, if you dare
Hey! I resemble that remark!
No, I don't swing my leg over the seat. Easy to step over the main tube.

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Can you dismount with your left foot on the pedal rather than the ground? I always dismount as I'm coming to a stop rather than after fully stopped.

I mount the bike with the left foot on the pedal, so it makes sense to dismount the same way.
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Originally Posted by blinky
What is the "dropper" ??
AKA "dropper post". It's a seat post that drops (lowers) at the press of a button. Originally on mountain bikes, now making their way into gravel bikes.

I think this is something for you to consider for whatever bike you're riding, to make mounting/dismounting easier.


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