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She's heard it all before, and would likely agree with every word... Good thing bikes have such short memories & just like to go out and be ridden:thumbsup:Enel said:Why, oh why do I cheat on you with those gangly, long legged, multi-geared temptresses? I am such a schmuck.
Still, you always take me back willingly.
We go wonderful places together.
You give me your all.
You never fail to satisfy.
Thank you. I promise to be true this time
I choose option B. When I stand and hammer up steeps with the Floodgate off, I can notice the suspension compressing and slight loss of traction. In usual riding conditions it is unnoticable. I typically run it with the Gate on unless I am heading down a significant downhill.bsdc said:I'm enjoying my Rohloff and really like the idea of setting it up on a Milk Money. My concern is the potential compromise the the suspenstion with a concentric bottom bracket pivot. My question is do you consider this design to be:
B) a minimal compromise that is easy to forgive.