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Originally Posted by MrCjolsen View Post
The "normal" way to set up a flip flop hub is to have your freewheel one tooth larger than your fixed cog. The logic being that you're going to use the larger cog for for hilly conditions where you might want to coast downhill.

I like to have my fixed gears just a little higher (meaning smaller cog) than my geared bikes.
+1

Having a freewheel option in a hilly area is a great idea.
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