- Time Trial bike with compact chainset?
Maybe he built it up with spare bits
or can’t lay down the powwah like you, al
(I’m way faster down steepish hills just tucking up rather than trying to pedal (on my road bike) so I’m not sure a 53+ would be any use to me either)
at least he wasn’t on a triple though, hey ?Posted 3 years ago
must say, for the majority of chubby middle aged amateurs, 52 or 53 /39 and/or close ratio cassettes are for the vain
Having had those in the past, it’s a compact with a wideish range cassette that suits me – I’m never going to pedal when I’m above 35mph so a pro chainset is wasted on me and I like a moderate “jump” between cogs (saves me having to double-shift)Posted 3 years ago
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