Wot e sed....I ride on the drops if I'm pushing in to a headwind to get back on the group or a wheel.
I'll also use the drops when descending as I like to get as low as possible to lower my centre of gravity. I feel this gives me greater stability. When using rim brakes I want to be able to hold the whole lever, makes no difference with disc brakes.
Just do what works for you?So I can understand their thought processes in case I can learn from them.
My god l had forgotten that , with me and my mates it would have been "cow horn" bars and fixed wheel. We also used to have slow races over fixed distance in that position ....happy days !I used to sit on the bars and ride the bike backwards as well when I were a lad.
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