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Old 12-11-2012, 07:09 PM   #860
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Haha, this is funny.

I just got the recent issue of the "Cycle World" magazine, and there is Q&A section and one of the readers was asking if its a wise choice to reduce a wheel size, because his new bike feels extremely wobbly and top heavy during parking lot maneuvers. His local mechanics, have advised him to go one size smaller (diameter) on the front wheel, which "should" improve slow speed characteristics of the bike, while not taking away from highway cruising.....

I'm pretty sure he has no idea what "top heavy" bikes are really capable of.

Thumbs up to the video.
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