Re: What makes for a bike that you can ride no hands
Like Baird was saying, you can't have a headset that's too tight, other than that just about any bike can be ridden with no hands really and I find it really helps to have a throttle that sticks so you can cruise at a set speed with no hands. My blue bike is a perfect 'no hands' cruiser....it's got a nice sticky throttle....seriously.
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costs nothing, why don't people use them more often?
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