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post #4 of (permalink) Old 02-25-2011, 05:24 PM
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While your stance is pretty wide and angles high depending on your physical make-up this could be appropriate. It is important to know that just as one can limit their range of movement going to narrow the same can be said about going to wide. Sometimes learning better technique might be the way to go and not excessively fidilling with ones gear. At least in this case you have used trial and error to find a comfortable stance which in the end is what is important. As long as it allows you to ride the way that you want to and have fun that is all that matters. If you want to find out more about stance width talk with a kinesiologist about what movements might be hindered by being that wide or in a mirror strap in and try exploring your range of movement and visual see if there are any hang-ups.
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