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Old 06-08-21, 08:59 AM
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Originally Posted by InvertedMP View Post
So I just moved into a new house and there is a significant hill to get to the house from where I normally ride. Itís not super long but the gradients are high and after a long ride on the flats, Iím beat. My bike has 12 speed 48/35 up front and 10/33 on the back. Gearing wise, is there a change I can make that will attack a fairly steep but not super long climb after I am tired from riding?
Get a subcompact crank, so not c&v. They come in 46/30.

Also, you ride a 10-33 6 speed cluster?...that doesnt sound right.
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