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Originally Posted by Daggs View Post
So let me get this right...

Put more weight on the front foot as I start the turn
Towards the end of the turn, put more weight on the back foot

I'll try to get a video of me riding the next time I go out. But thanks a lot for the advice.
My EASY ADVICE: Think of flexing your toes up when initiating a heel side turn. It forces you to keep your weight on the front foot, and gives you a mental map of how go about distributing your weight correctly
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