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My ears are now bleeding… Thanks!
Only 32 if you’re an ambidextrous skidder.
That’s going to be the majority as that’s the stock ratio for most fixed
gear bikes, and most people don’t give a shit to change it.
@jesuriah Lol I just found out that my cog is 14 tooth not 16, I want to
get new cranks not just for the ratio but for looks. Thanks for all the
It’s probably allowed in competition, particularly in the sprint (I don’t
see why one would pull a “slider” in any other event unless it was to avoid
a collision). My guess is that it’s allowed as long as one does not travel
backwards at any point.
how the combination of chainring and cog to lightly skid ?? thanks and
its a SKID not a slide
@jesuriah Yea I have heard of Brown. I used to live in houston now I live
in LA there is really no hills there is stops and traffic. Would 48 be good
or should I look for 46t cranks? Also is it really a difference from 52t to
48t cranks or will I just be spending my money?
try doing it with a track ratio
How….how is that even possible?? I weigh 160 and I would be thrown off
the bike just because of the speed and ratio….
@jesuriah Found some but is 48-16 a good ratio?
DOOOO A SKIIIIIIIIID!
@tobyjap well said.
@tobyjap its gonna be way more than 52 16 for a sprinter…
@enjoisk8er95 You idiot, brakes aren’t allowed on the track. Fucking fixie
whip hipster. Learn the damn sport.
The people who moan about knees are you people who can’t skid. Also I
didn’t think you were allowed to do this on a velodrome.
You ride with your thighs and calves, joined at the knee by some important
ligaments. Those ligaments take on way more stress load when starting at a
higher gain ratio. Deal with it. It’s still worse for your knees.
whats the ratio..its all shud be easy if ur good..
@pancho0022 Where I live now is relatively flat and 46-18 seems to work
perfect. I’m sending you a link to a gear calc now so you can figure out
which gearing will work best for you. You might just try getting a new rear
cog instead of a new chain ring, they’re much cheaper. a 19 tooth would
probably be very livable.
Holy shit, fix the fucking volume.
except whats the average speed these professional cyclists are moving on
the velodrome again?
@rob7. Fuck you!
@hagenar slowing down from less then 15 rarely makes it skid at all
what do you mean by tubulars???
just switched my gearing to 48:19. not bad, i can spin at a higher cadence,
that’s for sure. but when it comes to city traffic, i can pretty much ride
just as with my 44:19 but with more control. it’ll take some time but so
far, so good. some times i just get off the pedals bombing down hills and
let them shits spin out of control
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