Gonna go run a quick 50 or so, at least as soon as it cools down a bit here in Pennsatucky. Been unbearable humidity and heat.
Back on topic, will try them out in my "little valley" 28 mile ride. I know it well and can run it hard so I will see.
Not sure on the dragging toe part, I still keep pretty much of my foot back on the boards, and my toes are pretty much even with the front of the board. I like the ergonomic position of the pegs, or the angle it sets your ankle too. I just did not like them in stop and go.
I really want to get aggressive on it tonight and see.
I am sure this is because I am a wimp on the bike
When I look at the "clearance" I have to make the bike lean over that far I would think I can ride them. If not, I will try the strait ones, and then back to the peg if it don't work out.
I did notice that the front pegs were spring loaded, and if I was ever that far over to collapse them, it would be because I had lost control, and was crashing
You knee scraping guys got that
Originally Posted by big_ed
Former cruiser rider here too so I bought them. Love the boards but kinda freaked me out at first when my toe dragged on tight turns. Found that I just needed to lift my toe when attacking turns and curves. Only scraped once on the trip to and from Eureka Springs last week. Those twisties are as tight as I'll see so that's good enough for me.