the ratios are designed to keep the smaller drivetrain craze felling just like a regular 44-16 ratio that comes on most older stock and K-Mart bikes.
the ratios are set up so you get the same distanse, top speed, and acceleration as a 44-16...
they are: 44-16, 41-15, 39-14, 36-13, 33-12, 30-11, 28-10, and 25-9.
i also heard that some companys were making like a 23T or 24T sprocket...is this true?
cause i didnt think it was possible since a 25T sprocket barley reaches the chainwheel bolt on the crank arm...