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I prefer something between 65-70 on my 700x23 with 175's. Running a 67.11 right now. This is a hilly area and I tend spin higher cadence on big cranks. Yes, it is a challenge downhill, but too many inches and the uphills aren't fun either. When we do a group fixie ride I will sometimes unclip and put my feet on the high end of the downtube to let the ...


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This is easily accomplished, simply replace the axle from your wheel with a QR axle, at most you may have to cut an axle/skewer to length and maybe cut more threads if you can't find an axle and skewer with enough thread on it. But you'll need to be comfortable with cutting metal and have the right die set. If you try shopping around for a 120mm rear QR ...



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