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chazzwazzer
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All the Langsters I've seen use normal road fork dimensions (~370 atc, 45mm offset), so you shouldn't need a specific replacement. Even my 2007 model has a brake-drilled road fork, just with less offset.

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 15:42
dmotobear
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(Reply to #152)

aerobear wrote:
49x14 is a big gear for alpenrose.

Ordered a 48 chainring.

I'll have 47/48/49 & 14/15/17.

Also, ~six months of gym time starts today.

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 16:07
y
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i think the strength of the field you're in will have the biggest impact on what gear you chose.

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 19:07
dmotobear
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Totally.
I also wish I would have had my power meter installed to compare. I have no real idea if I was faster or slower with that gearing.
It was my first day sprinting with non-beginners, my first flying 200, and my legs were slightly smoked from racing the day before.

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 20:24
aerobear
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i choose a gear based on speed of the field and type of race (smaller gear for a miss and out or something with a lot of sprints, like a snowball or tempo, bigger gear for keirin, scratch, etc).

way back when, i did the first fast twitch friday of the season where they let you do as many flying 200s as you want... i rode nearly the same time in all 3 gears i tried.

crowding wrote:
Every time i eat Dick's I just wind up disappointed that I'm not getting In-n-Out.

Wed, 09/06/2017 - 00:33

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