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Chris Fugitt

Why the big front tire? Does one really get going so fast that they need the centrifical motion of the tire to stay balanced? You have the big tires on regular bike mostly for the mechanical advantage, but I can't seem to come up with a reason for the two sizes of tires for this kickbiking vehicle.

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