I've tried to ride a track bike for the first time and noticed that the toe overlap may make it more difficult to learn fakie. I've been practicing fakie circles on a bike with classic geometry and made some progress, but it seems like it is going to be difficult on the track bike. Does anyone do tricks on track bikes with toe overlap? I'm riding a Dolan Precursa btw.
try shorter crank arms or change frame, just get a beater for now with good clearance, 165mm arms, if you need stick a 650b on the front...
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