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Check out this link for heel-toe info (more) (archive)

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Posted by LeroyC on November 11, 2000 at 10:51:03:

In Reply to: heel & toe? posted by Chad H on November 10, 2000 at 22:00:43:


You've got the right idea. I wrote a review on a BMP Design pedal set in which I discussed the theory and practice of heel and toeing. A pedal set like this helps, but certainly isn't mandatory. Check out the link below.

Not to expose too much of my ignorance, but what does heel & toe mean?

I'm more used to riding motorcycles, where you flip on some gas while downshifting, thus bringing the engine speed up, and easing into the downshift. This doesn't seem possible in a car, and a friend said something about a differential? Does heel & toe relate to this?

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