|2009-09-25, 01:36 PM||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2009
How do cheaper unis differ from more expensive ones in terms of performance?
I have a Club 24" and I am a relative beginner. I find that to keep to the right I have to make much greater effort with my body and hands than what I have to make to turn to the left. Could this be a cheaper uni's bias towards the left (as I saw someone remark in another thread)? But I am a lefty. Could that be the reason why I find it more difficult to turn to the right and can turn to the left much more naturally?
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