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Yes of course but the gear must also be good in quality otherwise it may affect your cycling experience. I would suggest you to buy best quality cycling gear from Griffen online bike store that offers helmets, cycling gear, bike components and much more. You may also find more details on:- Griffen
Posted on May 01, 2015
The MORE the gears a bicycle has, the more the problems you will have. This is why mtn bikes are going to 2x11 or even 1x11, to eliminate front chainring problems! A road bicycle typically has 2x10 gears and this is quite enough if the rear cluster is 11-27 or similar. The number of gears on a bicycle has little to do with its cost, as cheaper bikes typically have 3x8 or more gears, and don't do a great job anyway. The quality of the gear changing mechanisms has much more to do with the cost and performance of a bicycle.
Posted on Mar 01, 2013
Not Necessarily... If you are not a professional athlete then the number of gears you have does not really matter. What matters is the range of the gears. You need low enough gears for going up hills and high enough gears for inclines.
Posted on Jan 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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