Measure your chain pin to pin with a tape measureDiscoveryellow said:Thanks for your response, to both of you!
So it's a good idea to just go ahead and replace the chain for now? (And not jointly with the cassette.)
Squash, I have had this bike for a couple of seasons and put on it about 3000 miles (mixed light off-road and road) without replacing anything in the drivetrain.
+1, replace no cassette before it's time.rlouder said:It shows some wear, but I doubt anyone will be able to advise you about when to replace it. You will know when it needs to be replaced. It will slip when you put a new chain on it. If it doesn't slip with a new chain, shifts good, and there are no bent teeth, I would continue to use it. They generally last a long time if you replace the chain before it gets too stretched.