2018 South African Singlespeed Championships 29th September
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Riding any remotely technical or steep terrain with your saddle at full ride height, pushing into your tummy does not make it easy or confidence inspiring – or fun. So, how do you know a dropper will improve your riding? The easiest way to see how a dropper post will improve your riding is to…Details
Why Use A Short Steam-Wide Bar Combination? It’s all about bike control. Shorter stems center your weight and quicken the steering response. Wider bars give you more leverage and more control over the steering. A wider bar will shift more of your weight forward and the shorter stem will compensate for this. When you pair a short…Details
Oval chainrings may not be a new invention, but coupled with the enhanced chain retention of a narrow-wide tooth profile, oval chainrings are more popular than ever. What is the dead spot? Imagine your chainring is a clock face, with your pedals in the 12 o’clock and six o’clock positions. This position is known as…Details
A single chainring drivetrain has a number of advantages: it’s lighter, simpler, faster changing and more efficient. It lowers the chance of a mechanical, and it requires less maintenance and cleaning.
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Upgrading your drivetrain to a 1 × 10 system is an innovative and easy way to drop weight, reduce the chance of mechanicals and create a clean, efficient drivetrain. You may have noticed that when riding a 3 x 9 or 3 x 10 equipped bike you find you are in the middle ring much…Details
Maintenance on a single speed bike in terms of both cost and time are so much lower than on a geared bike. With no derailleurs to tune and cables to clean, adjust and lubricate all you have to do is take care of your chain. Less to wear out, less to go wrong means less time and…Details
Riding a single speeder on or off road is the same familiar bike riding feeling but with a whole new angle, challenges and benefits. There is a purity in the efficiency of the gears: no awkward chain lines and extra drivetrain drag from the pulleys or derailleurs. It is a direct feeling of peddling converted…Details
Almost everyone has a few bike parts lying around; things they have left over after upgrading a bike which are still usable and would be a waste to throw out. It’s amazing how quickly they can mount up. Given enough time these parts in the garage, in draws and cupboards start looking like most of…Details