how can you have a dual ring chain guidemr plow said:Dude, the chain guide won't stop you riding up a hill. You just have to choose the right size front chainring to make it a bit easier, say something like a 32 or 34. Personally i prefer 34 but am running a 36 at the moment just to see if i can get away with it.
So i guess it doesn't really matter if its between 32 and 36, depending on your legs. Anything bigger would be a pain to pedal up-hill.
You could even buy a dual ring chain guide if you wanted to, E13 make one and so does Blackspire.
A good cheap option might be a Truvativ box guide, or ...... err.... something else?!?!
These guys figgered it out. ( http://www.e13components.com/drs.html )crazyfreerider said:how can you have a dual ring chain guide
yeah when you are young and skinny it doesn't matter. just need a wheel and some pedals and life is all goodJBsoxB said:i have a 38t blackspire dh ring up front and was running a 11-32 t cassette... i could climb no problem...
now i'm running ss and can still climb ok...
hehe, funny cos it's true!!SHIVER ME TIMBERS said:yeah when you are young and skinny it doesn't matter. just need a wheel and some pedals and life is all good