Question about Intersource Enterprises Co Ltd Cycling
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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It sounds like you have 2 sprockets on the Front (Crank) sprocket-
and likely 6 sprockets on the rear?
So-- when you have the chain in the smaller diameter sprocket on the front, and you have the chain on the biggest sprocket in the rear-- you have the most mechanical advantage-- and you can climb hills the best-
If you started in this gear, (sand you are pedaling on the level road) you could gradually work you way up thru those 6 sprockets-- until you are cruising-
Then -- for all practical purposes, you can shift the Front sprocket to the larger sprocket, and now you have at the fastest ratio possible. (In other words you pedal slower, for a faster rotation of the rear wheel-- make sense?)
There is no need to switch back and forth 12 times, as you go gradually faster-- (It is not like driving a big truck! :-)
Does this help?-- if not, let me know what I missed in your question?
Posted on Jul 04, 2011
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