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Video: How To Change Cassette, Chain, Cranks and Chainrings

Whether you’re looking to change up gearing options or replace worn out parts, understanding how to swap out your cassette, chain, cranks and chainrings are important skills to have. Here are three instructional videos.   Read More »

Praxis Works Brings Forged Chainrings and LevaTime to Aftermarket

Praxis Works' Adam Haverstock showing off the new rings Praxis Works of Santa Cruz County is gearing up for its North American aftermarket debut this week. Fresh off their Taipei International Show unveiling last month, where they showed off their final production rings to industry buyers and med ...    Read More »

Daily coverage from the 2014 Sea Otter Classic Day 1

Welcome to Day 1 of RoadBikeReview's daily coverage of the 2014 Sea Otter Classic. We’ll be continually updating this page with photos and beta on all the latest in road bike technology.    Read More »

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I currently have a Simano 105 110 x 50 chainring on my bike. It seems as if I am constantly shifting back and forth on the rear cassette to maintain my cadence. I have looked online for a 48 tooth ring, but cant find any. Does anyone know if they make smaller than 50, but larger than 44? Or shoul ... Read More »

record 10 speed 50/34 chainrings

I've looked at the usual places but seem to have a hard time finding these C/R combinations. Can anyone out there point me in the right direction? I'd really appreciate it.Read More »

12-27t vs 12-29t with Campy 11sp 50/34 Compact Chainrings?

I am middle aged and out of shape, and usually need all the help I can get in the hills. No major mountains nearby but i have had to walk the bike a couple of times with hills. I currently use 53/39 chainrings with a 170 mm crank and an 11-25t 9sp cassette but am in the process of ordering a new 11 ... Read More »

Will 2004 campy veloce crank/chainrings work with shimano chain and cassette?

I have a full Dura Ace 7800 bike. 2004 Cannondale. All original components except the chain which was last replaced a few months ago. I love it as is but I'm climbing over 10,000 feet in a couple weeks. I really need to put a compact crank on it ASAP. My training rides with 39/12-27 have b ... Read More »

Oval chainrings

What percentage of the pro peleton uses these now?Read More »

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