I've been reading about where to put my feet on the pegs and the consensus seems to be that the balls of your feet should be resting on the pegs. I can see why - it means you are able to lean the bike a long way over without your foot hitting the ground. Only, I'm not likely to be leaning the bike over very far as I buzz around the CBD. And with such a little bike I'm changing gears a lot. So it seems as though I spend much more time with my toes hovering near the gear lever or the brake lever. Should I be trying to pull my foot back on the peg after each up-shift and down-shift? Or is it fairly common for commuter traffic riding to be less than ideal when it comes to foot position?