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Old 07-29-06, 05:30 PM   #1
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Spinervals - big ring, small ring ?


I've been doing some Spinervals on the trainer,
when coach Troy refers to the big or small chain ring,
is this 52/39 or 52/42 ?
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When Coach Troy refers to "The Big Ring" he means 52 (if that is what you have); and when he refers to "The Small Ring", he means the 42 (if that is what you have), or the 39 (if that is what you have…)

Sound reasonable? Good…

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