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This answer has been significantly changed since being accepted because the accepted answer cannot be deleted. Based on the new photo, your timing chain needs checking. Its quite uncommon to see both chains on the right side of the bike, but not impossible. Do both timing chainrings have the same number of teeth, or do pedals go out of phase over distance ...


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I note the company's website states this is a single speed bike. There are two separate chainlines, each running three cranks. The rear wheels have drum brakes in the hub, and the chain ends up on the outside of the wheels. This would preclude any form of internally geared hub. So your option would be to build a horizontal donkey shaft that terminates ...



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