An internally-geared hub is a gearing system contained within the rear-wheel hub of a bicycle. All the components are contained within the sealed hub, making them less susceptible to the elements when riding. They are generally regarded as lower maintenance than dérailleur gears. Usually they will ...

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which multi-speed hub should I upgrade my trek district to

So my rear freewheel hub broke on my single speed belt driven (no metal chain) trek district. Since I have to replace the rear hub, I'm thinking of replacing the rear hub with an internally geared ...
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Sliding chain back on hub gear bikes

I got a folding bike 2 months ago and got my first hiccup. It has a 3-speed hub gear and while changing gears today, it seems like the chain slipped off the smaller chainring near the back wheel into ...
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Shimano Nexus 7 speed IGH, high gears tight shift

I have the popular Shimano, Nexus 7 speed, internal gear hub. After removing the back wheel to replace the old tire, I've found that changing gears especially from 5 to 6 and 6 to 7 (especially the ...
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Which chainring/sprocket for use with a Sturmey-Archer X-RF8(W) IGH?

To increase the development range on a folding bike, I'd like to replace its three-speed SRAM IGH with a Sturmey-Archer X-RF8(W) IGH. The page says that it accepts a "20 to 23 or 25 teeth sprocket". ...