I adjust the speed reducers on the fly all the time, but not at high speeds! Anticipate the need 10meters ahead of time and it's fine.skiffrace wrote: On the subject of speed reducers - they do really work. I use them not only on downhills, but also on the flats when I want a power workout.
Their only fault is they are not adjustable on-the-fly - you need to stop or slow down to change the settings. This is OK if you adjust them once or twice per workout, but are not practical in a rolling terrain.
If someone improved them by adding push-of-a-button adjustment, they would be the 'killer-app' in the rollerski world.
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