FAO K100 SS riders Home › Forum › Bike Forum › FAO K100 SS riders Viewing 12 posts - 1 through 12 (of 12 total) FAO K100 SS riders postierichSubscriber 32:17 with proper normal wheels! Posted 7 years ago ChevinMember Jon H. rode round on 32/19 with proper normal 29" wheels. Amy also rode 32/19 with proper normal 29" wheels. Matthew Posted 7 years ago MrSparkleMember Last year did it on 32 x 16 on 26". Posted 7 years ago luked2Member 36:21 on 29" wheels. Seemed about right with just a few bits I couldn't get up, and still managing a reasonable pace on the fire roads. Until about mile 95 that is, when I started going very slowly indeed, although that was fixed with a fig roll! Posted 7 years ago AndrewBFMember Out of interest, what ratio did you use? Posted 7 years ago martpMember 32:16 with normal wheels and Rigid 😯 Posted 7 years ago ClinkSubscriber 32:18 29er rigid – cleared all climbs except one loose, steep zig-zag and one of trail centre climbs at end on loose sand/rocks – I could hardly walk up it! Posted 7 years ago AndrewBFMember Thx all. Some useful pointers there for a training bike I'm considering. Posted 7 years ago samuriMember 34:18 on 26" although I normally ride 34:16 on that bike. I thought it would be a good good idea to ease it up a bit and what a good idea that was! Posted 7 years ago miketuallySubscriber 32:18 on a 29er, this year. (About the same as 32:16 on a 26er.) 32:17 on a 26er, last year. There's quite a lot of climbing, but you also need the slightly higher gear for the gravelly tracks. I decided to trade off getting off to walk a little earlier against a slightly higher top speed. Posted 7 years ago martinhMember 34:21 on my 29er. Ran 34:19 last year but thought I'd make it a little easier. I've always been better at spinning for speed than powering up climbs so it suited me well Posted 7 years ago simplesiMember 32:18 on a rigid 29er, may run 32:19/20 next year Posted 7 years ago Viewing 12 posts - 1 through 12 (of 12 total) The topic ‘FAO K100 SS riders’ is closed to new replies.