> I have just recently learned how to go up a 4" curb after thinking it would be
> impossible. Now, I did cheat slightly. I lined the wheel up against the curb
> with the front pedal slightly above horizontal and then rolled it back far
> enough to give me a good approach.
This is the method I used on the first couple of times going down the kerb…
but I just went at it from a random distance the last few times and although I
wobbled a bit, it wasn’t too bad…
> I think you are supposed to get a sense to where you can adjust the wheel to
> line the pedals up properly for the hit.
I’m sure that comes, with practice…
> Other methods may be more flexible, like the parallel hop that Terry
> mentioned, or making a flying leap as you approach the curb. I can’t do
> these, though.
Yeah, that flying hop sounds the most fluent way.
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glad to hear it!
I was thinking of having a .sig again, but am having trouble - I have a short
(four lines probably) rhyme in mind, but can’t think past the first line…
(not a rhyme yet, then
One wheel on my cycle… … … …
anybody got any ideas? (good or bad, I don’t mind…)
]ain …He cycled on, alone under the blazing sun. but he only had one wheel!