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Slope Control

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The cyclist stands straight on the pedals, arms and legs are slightly bent to absorb shocks. The posture is neutral, so that the cyclist can move his body fore/aft.

In a descent, the cyclist will move his body backwards in order not to roll over.

On a steep slope, the cyclist will put his weight forward so that his front wheel does not come off the ground and lose grip.

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