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Product Description

Keep all your cycling gear in Zipp Gear Bag. It's great for race days, travel... pretty much any time you have to grab your gears to go. Custom-desgiend with input from Zipp's top atheletes.

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1x11 gear math correct?

Currently have a 3x9 setup on a MK1 Nomad and looking to jump to 1x11 on X1 I have a 22-32-44 front and 11-34 rear at present. By my math comparing... The top end Going to a 34 with the 10-42 I'd lose 1 gear off the back compared to the 44. The bottom end I'd lose about 2 1/2 gears off th ... Read More »

Granny Gear is getting heavy

Hello all! New to MTBR forums, been a big fan though. I live in Michigan, so trails are generally pretty flat. I started riding two years ago, but I haven't been very avid as of late. I always found my granny gear to be kind of cumbersome. I have used a 2 gear front sprocket system on my sibling's R ... Read More »

Wolf ring granny gear on a low end 2x 9 Mukluk

Is it possible to add a super granny gear to a sram x5 9 speed cassette? If so, how does it perform? just picked up a nice used 2014 Mukluk. unfortunately it is a stock build, with Mukluks standard mid range components, but I would like to explore adding a lower gear ratio for riding a loaded tour ... Read More »

Increase gear ratio

Hallo everyone, I hope this is the correct area to post my comment :) I have a question regarding my Specialized Enduro Expert Evo 2014 bike. I would very much like to increase the number of gears available but I'm not sure how. The cassette I have atm. is SRAM's X01 eleven-speed which provides a ... Read More »

Selling My Frame Building Gear!

Selling HJ universal Jig, Anvil Seat stay jig, Not pictured is a Anvil Fork Jig, Also a HJ fork Tube Bender, and also a custom made forming die for clearance on round chain stays to clear wheel (supporting die and clamping die) Also selling sets of Richard Sachs OS Road lugs (issimo) and a bunch of ... Read More »

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