Old 11-25-21, 03:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Branko D View Post
The way I did it was take my wife's bike, lower the saddle until I felt safe, and went to the local bike path every couple of days.​​​​​​
Along these lines, some bikes are more stable than others - finding one that's not too twitchy would probably be helpful. When I do maintenance on my wife's Dutch-style bike, I'll take it for a little ride - at low speed, it is WAY more twitchy and wobbly than any of my bikes. I imagine that something like that would be a pain in the butt to learn on.
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