I started track racing in 1948. We simply called the condition "toe lap." That term still works for me. It was only a problem when riding track bikes with fixed gears on the road. Primarily experienced during low-speed turns or when attempting a "track stand" at a traffic light (with one pedal forward.) Road bikes in those days had longer wheelbases and relaxed geometry, as did path racers. No toe lap. Today, big-foot fixie riders with modern road bikes, especially criterium race bikes can have toe lap. Again toe lap is only a problem with fixed gears, because with a freewheel most people coast around slow-speed turns anyway. And the first time you do that and the tire hits your toe, you learn to coast through turns with the inside pedal down.
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