The world collectively sighs in relief. Grin.
I love the simplicity and range of my 2x9 with 38/24 chain rings and 12-36
rear cassette. Thumb shifter for the rear, no derailure for the front.
Granny is reserved for trail and now-there's-a-hill! dirt roads. In more
mild terrain than mine, a 40 or even 42 would be a good main chain ring. I
use a narrow-wide chain ring for better retention and it works great
(granny is always in a high tension gear anyway so doesn't come off). The
outer chain ring is my rock guard with teeth (well, a few are left
On Thursday, August 10, 2017 at 1:31:54 PM UTC-6, Chris Birkenmaier wrote:
> I'm no Deacon Patrick :)
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