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Old 02-04-2014, 09:52 AM   #26
Swashbuckler
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Location: Fort Collins
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1 finger on the brake and 2 on the clutch during spirited riding or while in traffic. My 1 finger on the brake is just strong enough to provide sufficient braking without hesitation. I have tiny fingers so adjustable levers are a must.

I do it because I use this technique for mountain biking. It only takes one time for you to be losing control and lifting all your fingers (not thumb) off the throttle/grip to grab the brake when your wheel hits something and shifts the handlebars right out of the grip you didn't have.

Go hit up the parking lot, throw out a couple markers, do some tests of you own and let us all know how you feel about it!
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