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I just left my bike into the LBS and told him to take a look at it because it is making a clangning/clunking noise whenever I put pressure down on the pedals.
I can't isolate or identify what is the problem and its only the LBS so can anyone help me identifying the problem ?
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[COLOR=#000000][INDENT]Former Mtn. biker here (I say former because it was getting hard to find the time to drive to the good trails). For the past 7 years Ive been riding a road bike exclusively, an average of 100-150 miles a week in the spring/fall/summer. The bike I was using was a Fuji Royale ( ... Read More »
I have little question here.
Why this crankset does not go the way like my old one.
U should see in the images.
Actually I have never bought new cranksets before..
the old one:
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My LBS had these CX rings that were 46t for a 110 bcd compact crank. I thought this might be useful for me as I like to cruise on the flatter roads in my 50/22 or 50/25. It's a bit of cross chaining and if I get to any sort of incline, I have to drop to my small ring.
I don't see why this would ... Read More »
I've read through the multiple threads on this issue but I guess I need a little help or some opinions on my specific sizing.
I'm a mountain biker that's finally decided to buy a dedicated road bike. I've never owned a road bike before so when I test ride them, even in different sizes, none of t ... Read More »