Niner Bikes Single Speed Chainring

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chain pop noise on single speed

I just recently had my Salsa Fargo converted to single speed by my LBS. They installed a 32T shimano 9 speed chainring up front and a Surly 18t 3/32 cog in back. Running a SRAM PC850 8 speed chain. From day one I experienced the occasional "pop!" in my chain only when cruising at top speed with very ... Read More »

single speed rigid vs. full suspension ?

Debating which bike to take on trails of tears West Barnstable Ma. My full suspension Santa Cruz 26r or my rigid single speed redline ?Read More »

help with a single speed conversion

[TABLE="class: forum-fw"] [TR] [TD="class: padding10, colspan: 2"]I just picked up a classic stumpjumper for a single speed conversion, I've been out of the game awhile and need help with the bottom bracket/crankset compatibility. Bottom bracket shell of the frame is listed as 73mm. Listed stock bot ... Read More »

help with a single speed conversion build

[TABLE="class: forum-fw"] [TR] [TD="class: padding10, colspan: 2"]I just picked up a classic stumpjumper for a single speed conversion, I've been out of the game awhile and need help with the bottom bracket/crankset compatibility. Bottom bracket shell of the frame is listed as 73mm. Listed stock bot ... Read More »

Single Speed in Harbison Forest

I currently have a 32x18 set up. IMO, this is a slow way to get around Harbison since there's a decent amount of flat or moderate stuff, but it works well on some of the tougher climbs like the inner loop of spider or the bluffs section with the steep climb at the end. If you ride single speed, wh ... Read More »

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