Best tips for a noob

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Re: Best tips for a noob

Postby BigSteev » Mon Nov 23, 2009 1:32 pm

Torbaydos wrote:Not like the guy at Berlin who Pondo stacked into - who slid for 30 metres on his unpadded knees rigid in a straight line

I know this because he overtook my pace line!


He overtook your paceline while sliding on his knees? Wow! How slow are you?

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Re: Best tips for a noob

Postby hatzi-katzi » Mon Nov 23, 2009 2:27 pm

I prefer rolling on to my sides when falling. My knees are suffering from an operation a few years ago and my bum is far to sensitive to fall on :P


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