[r-t] Handstroke-home Cyclic Maximus

Alan Reading alan.reading at googlemail.com
Wed Aug 17 16:05:49 UTC 2016

Another possibility for getting the sort of shunt that Mark is after is to
use a method like Kent. Half a lead of Kent gives the row 2ET907856341 - if
you then half lead splice into a method with plain bob half leads then
you'd be in the 'reverse' cyclic course 43658709TE2.
I haven't taken this observation anywhere yet but thought it might be a
vaguely interesting alternative..

On 17 August 2016 at 14:11, Mark Davies <mark at snowtiger.net> wrote:

> Alan Reading writes,
> Where as Mark's
>> examples retain the lead heads at backstroke throughout but the roll of
>> lead head and lead end is exchanged between consecutive parts compared to
>> a
>> conventional cyclic 11-part.
> Yes that's right - maybe I should have made that more clear. In effect, in
> my arrangement every other cyclic part is rung backward.
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