When i'm standing up on my bikes (freewheeling) i have my left foot forward while the cranks are horizontal even though i am right footed.
I have always ridden a bike like this since i was a kid and it's fine, except that i sometimes think i might be better off with the stronger leg at the front. It is typically on longer descents and more technical terrain (on my hardtail) when i think this might be an advantage since i sometimes feel my left leg tiring quicker. I should add also that i had two operations on my knee when i was 14 and still growing, and it was ever so slightly weakened by this a bit too.
However when i've experimented with riding with the right foot forward it always feels really unnatural and completely unbalanced.
Should i try and switch over, and if so how?
Or is it simply too late to completely rewire my brain and my riding technique is ultimately buggered for life?