- That Sick Bicycle Co Pinion gearbox bike
I wish then them the best,I mean, why wouldn’t you? Got to give it a go in life.
The only thing is they seem much better as a marketing company than a bike manufacturer?
It’s a really odd paradox as they embrace many of the concepts they seem to hate?
Anyway,I really do wish them good luck but can’t help but think they have missed their true calling.Posted 1 year agojuliansSubscriber
Two ovals of the same size synchronised
I guess you’re going to have to be pretty careful when you change the chain to ensure the rings stay in the exact same position relative to each other. or even if the chain comes off just riding along. I guess even one tooth out of sync could cause problems? A bit like the cambelt on a car…
Not sure I could be bothered with the faff, prob would have just gone for round rings, given the same price as ovals.Posted 1 year ago
Cokie, give me a chance I’ve only done two laps of the garden with no grips😀 The frame looks great, some of the dimensions may be unusual but nothing to concern me. I know from previous experience that any drag in the gearbox is not discernible to me and I love the pinion. They ain’t cheap though so I’d always recommend trying a gearbox before buying. More info will follow once I have the bike finishedPosted 1 year ago
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