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Road heads unite! 👍

Old 06-24-19, 05:37 PM
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Road heads unite! 👍

Does anyone else really prefer to ride a razor blade-like road bike over a tractor-like-mtb? Taking a corner practically dragging your handlebar makes having your fillings jarred loose over hitting a pebble worthwhile IMO.
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Does anyone on the road cycling forum like road bikes?
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Addiction is all about class.
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Ask the police if they'd rather have a faster road bike or a more sluggish mtb.
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When you get a bike, try leaning through a corner. I think you'll find your pedal will drag long before the handlebar. Sounds good though, keep trying!
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I think you may have your bike types mixed up. Video is self explanatory

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You can't talk about road head here, this is a family forum.
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There's no such thing as too far.. just lack of time
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People in this forum are not typical.
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Did someone mention getting road head?

Try riding a crotch-rocket at the track, dragging knee/elbow thru a turn, then get back to me
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