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Old 12-10-04, 09:03 PM   #1
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best climbs?

OK for starters, I am aware of the other post about cadence in climbing.

I went out today with group of really fast XC riders. My biggest problems keeping up was cornering and climbs... I got the leg and knee thing down. are there any really good ways to improve? After a couple really fast turns and ending up on the ground, I was left with confidence gone. As far as climbing goes, I am from southflorida and now I am in a place with some real climbs.

Other than time, any good tips on faster cornering and climbing better?
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Old 12-10-04, 09:53 PM   #2
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i remember seeing a thread on taking corners around the time i frist joined up on this it it..."cornering" or something, your bound to find way too lazy to explain things, so im just gonna has to do alot with where you put your weight...

someone elaborate...
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