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James

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I have never dragged my foot like that in all my years of track riding. It seems like a good way to mess something up to me. :thinking:
That happens when you catch your foot.

Or when you're super tired and can't hold your leg up anymore. :lol:
 
your feet should never touch the ground when riding, it slows momentum and creates drag. You never want to slow forward motion coming out of a turn. Foot way up front and close to the fork to help add weight to the front for traction. Body leaning with bike, head center of the bars, pulling yourself towards the front of the bike as you hammer down exiting the turn. A pro rider taught me that at :thumb:
Plus if you make contact with the ground in such ways you it adds insult to injury :thumb:
 
Fraizer falls near Graeagle, Ca. I took this pick and had to hike quite some gnarly shit just to get to the spot where the trees did not hinder my shot.

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