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Speed Week 2015

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whoooaaa horse. whoa.

I had just came back from a run to the point and back. 14.5 klm. and i was knackered. good old dunlop KT26's for brakes :) There is absolutely no back support in the Peter Lynn buggy.

ssayre i love the new skid lid, its very lightweight with a removable face. you forget you have it on after a while.

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 There is absolutely no back support in the Peter Lynn buggy.

You need to keep the rear straps of the seat above the bend in the side rail, otherwise they fall to the axle, and offer no support.

Loosen the middle straps so the seat drops (as low as possible), and keep the rear straps as tight as you can.

You get just enough lower back support, but this is further reduced by the use of a seat harness.

Seat harnesses don't like to be folded up, and keep pushing you into a more reclining angle, as your knees in a PL buggy have to be elevated over the side rail.

If you want, try using a back strap.

These put the pull on the upper body and keep the body much more upright, and these's no need for a back rest.

A good work out for the abs as well. :yes:

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