The first time I tried that, the second my legs broke out of their sockets and started to flail, they took out my arms at the shoulder sockets.
Sadder buy wiser, I popped everything back into their respective sockets and tried it again, this time being careful to keep my arms out of the way of my flailing legs.
But you are absolutely correct, this is the fastest way down a hill as long as you keep your arms close to your sides. And to remember to relax of course!
Chuck Schmidt South Pasadena, Southern California V R 5 date flailing closer by the day!
Brian Baylis wrote:
> Actually, the secret to pedaling fast with a fixed gear is just let your legs break out of the sockets and let them flail wildly at the ends of your pedals until you get to the bottom of the hill. But sure, relax while you're doing that.
> Brian Baylis
> La Mesa, CA
> Anxious to see you right-siders soon!
> -- "John T.Pergolizzi" <Jtperry1@verizon.net> wrote:
> Norris Lockley wrote:
> "There is simply no finer sight in cycling than riding behind
> a cyclist ankling his 67" fixed gear with consumate ease. "
> HEAR, HEAR!
> John T.Pergolizzi
> Brooklyn, New York
> The secret to pedalling REALLY fast downhill is relaxing.