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Old 06-20-05, 10:07 PM
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Originally Posted by dolface
gear down.
seriously, spend the $30 on an eai 18t cog and put it on. you might not feel as tough, but you'll get your spin back, you'll be able to stop, and when your legs adjust that 16 will be waiting for you.
hey d,
I think you may be right, but I'll give it a week and see if I really need to do that. it would be a shame to gear down since I can reach 90-100 rpm on some parts of my route (on level ground - illinois is flat). and my bike is actually more of a fixed road bike than a street-savvy fixie (carbon this and that, ergo bars, tight clearance with skinny tires, light) so, you know, I'd like it to have a decent gearing. thanks though, I guess I can't have both that and responsive braking (without front brake).
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