Chin on seat & Drag (fwd)

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> From: Unicycle@aol.com Date: Tue, 23 May 1995 00:04:28 -0400 Message-Id:
> <950523000420_128085636@aol.com> To: unicycling Subject: Chin on seat & Drag

>
> I always found seat dragging in front easier than in back, but people who were
> more solid at it told me the opposite. Peter Holmgren and Peter Rosendahl both
> said they found seat in back easier for them, once they got used to it. I
> don’t know why.
>
> Good luck practicing! John Foss, the Uni-Cyclone

I’m just guessing, since I can’t drag the seat either way, but could it be that
the seat in back follows the wheel, without affecting it too much, but the seat
in front has somewhat of a life of its own, and steers the wheel somewhat?

Beirne

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