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    Heels Up, Flat, or Down?

    I've tried looking up some youtube videos on proper pedaling technique, but all of them seem to be discussing the actual rotation of the pedals, not the optimal position of the feet on the pedal, as well as the position of the heel while pedaling on a flat surface. Could somebody point me to a video that covers this, or could answer my question? Thanks!

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    Flat usually- when you want to brake hard, you would drop your heels down when you shift your weight back.
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    If you haven't seen this one...check it out...it's road cycling oriented but it all relates the same.




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    Thank you guys. Helpful feedback

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