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Old 2011-08-01, 01:01 AM   #10
KiwiRichard
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John Foss, I am intrigued that you say idling a 36 isn't useful or enjoyable. I might go along with it not being enjoyable, but I find it very useful when cycling in city streets. I have just learnt to idle over the last 3 months, and while it's no use on the trails, I find it very useful when stopping at intersections. If you get off your uni at an intersection, you are a pedestrian standing in the middle of the road! At least while you are idling, you have a reason to be there and cars can see your intentions.

Also, and I know you will appreciate this, it is fun to learn these skills.
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