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Are there any tricks or pitfalls in timing gear changes?
I have noticed that my bike sometimes changes gears incredibly smoothly—quietly, quickly, very little 'jolt' through my pedals—while other times I get a rough, clunky change. I'm wondering if there's ...
Jul 3 '13 at 1:24
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