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  1. Aug 28,  · The highest or hardest gear on a road bike is the largest chain ring on the front and the smallest cog on the cassette in the back. The highest gears on a road bike are often only used on long downhills or for short, high-speed sprints. Low gear: The opposite of high gear, shifting to a lower gear makes it easier to pedal. The lowest gear on a.
  2. For example, a drivetrain with a 9-sprocket cassette and three front chainrings offers 27 gears in total (3×9), while two chainrings up front and a speed cassette will deliver 20 gear options (2×10).
  3. Cassette: cluster of sprockets at the rear of the drivetrain, containing up to 11 gears, of various sizes. Block: another term for the group of rear sprockets, but really refers to the older.
  4. Silver 3 Speed Fixed Gear Rear Hub. FEATURES. 3-Speed fixed gear with gear ratio of %; Gear steps of 20% and 33%; Threaded driver compatible for non-fixed 3-speed conversion with standard single speed freewheel; Aluminium hub shell; Available with 32 or 36 spoke holes; Compatible with 1/8'' 13 to 22 teeth sprocket.
  5. Jun 17,  · I want to re-lace my wheel and change-out the 8 speed cassette and hub for a 3 speed, with brake, on a 24 speed touring bike. I don't need all the gears, and I'd end up with a 9 speed bike I guess. I really could use the extra brake in the 3 speed hub as .
  6. Sep 15,  · 3. SRAM PG 8 Speed Cassette. SRAM PG 8 Speed Cassette Click to See Price. The SRAM-PG is a mountain bike cassette worth a mention, and that’s why it took the fourth position. The best aspect of the cassette is the smooth transition of gears as well as quiet coasting.
  7. This rear grouping of gears forms the cassette. When looking at the specs for a cassette, you’ll notice that it will have a range listed. Something like “T” or “T” are examples of what these ranges could look like. The smaller first number refers to how many teeth are on the smallest cog in the cassette.
  8. Mar 27,  · Combine one of those with a SRAM Dual-drive and 11 speed cassette! That's 5*3*11 for gears, and a right bugger working out a sequential shift pattern! That's without getting a schlumpf BB involved for gears. And now it's getting silly.

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