IT'S true that riding fast takes a lot of skill (at least, riding fast and not killing yourself does…) But riding slowly is (almost) as hard. And it's one of the things that marks out a novice rider: wobbly, panicky, feet-out trundling at low speeds. Filtering through traffic, riding through a campsite, anywhere you need to go at walking pace or below, the top riders will always look far better at it.
The good news is it’s very easy to quickly get much better at it, and you can practice anywhere you like. Here's our tips on how to slow it all down.