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Old 05-24-09, 05:13 PM   #1
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Rough day : Keeping up with the full sus. crew ...

Rode some single track & then some "laders" & "skinnies" ... Me on my sweet entry-level hard tail, vs. people with money. So much work, a couple where 29-ers ... grrr...

Going again tomarrow, I don't know why ...

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Learn to loosen up. I'm sure your think you already are. I had the same problem and I thought I was being as loose as possibly. Then just to see what happened I removed my fingers from the brakes levers, and all but let go of the bars and could keep up with the full sussers no problem.
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