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  Posted by: Kudzu on Dec-12-12 5:22 PM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Dec-12-12 5:23 PM EST --

I really think it's a personal preference thing. Coming from a road bicycle background; side to side flex in a bike frame is a bad thing. Energy that should be devoted to forward motion is lost. Fore and aft flex absorbs road shock and less forward energy is lost. I ain't no fizzicyst but when your paddle flexes forward and back, very little energy is lost. If it feels good, enjoy it.


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