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Speed bike how shift

11051837842010-03-07 06:11:23 +0000 #1
I have a variable speed transmission, rear wheel bike, but I do not really understand how to use it:

a slow start in the most inner loop to upgrade to the most outer loop (to the third ring but this time feels trampled like a lost chain, have to be driven by very high frequency of cycling further acceleration)

1 started slowly in the most outer ring down to the most inner (but they start to feel like a step on the fixed cycling)

foot was expertly taught me what not understand
happfly2010-03-07 06:25:32 +0000 #2
First of all you have to understand the machinery inside knowledge of the relationship between gear ratio, such as front and rear gear ratio (that is, the number of foot ratio) is relatively small, such as 1:1, and Deng Deng a foot in front of you circle, back wheels also turn circle (so that there are still relatively simple, practical difference) tread up relatively easily. The same tape in front of the rear wheel into the smallest, is more than big foot, such as the 1:4 tread a circle in front of you turn back on the four laps. So stare up costs will naturally be more strength in them. So, if it is variable-speed car, then when they start on a smaller scale than the stall on, as you said, this pedal up is easy, but riding fast like a ball dropped, as in when you are more gradually to the foot can be a big stall for more pedal faster, or in other words you can change the frequency in the case of Diego changed faster. This is what cycling needs to master basic techniques.

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