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09/03/2012

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John h

BRILLIANT!!!! especially like the speed calculator but it needs a 26inch road tire option. =)

BigHank53

Actually, running a single set of drivetrain components to death is a perfectly valid way to operate. Part of the "new chain every 1000 miles" idea is inherited from roadracing teams, where it's a requirement that wheels be interchangeable. If you're not going to move a wheel between different bikes, it hardly matters if your chain and cassette mate for life.

Pushkin Passey

The show labels doesn't work anymore. Tried using Chrome 26 and IE10.

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