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Old 03-27-20, 09:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Classtime View Post
But,
Jobst Brandt wrote,
"If the fork is only bent to the side, the correction must be to the side to which the rider must lean when riding no-hands."
Originally Posted by thumpism View Post
Was that a response to my suggestion? I suspect that Jobst Brandt would want the spacing of the fork tips to be correct, so if you move one fork blade you would also move the other.
Correct. Both Blades. But, if bike steers left, I must lean right to keep straight. And I move the blades right.
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