Gears - that classic winter trainer choice!
Should be ok if you're using Paul Motolites...
Plenty of clearance and already have a narrower BB I've been meaning to fit, seems like it should work out alright!
Either 42/28 if I use mid/inner or 44/30 if I'm using the outer/mid, probably prefer the latter as it'll work out slightly cheaper for me
I've got some Middleburn RS7 square taper cranks and one of their triple spiders. I want to run this as a double... am I better putting rings on the inner+mid or mid+outer tabs? Front mech is run on friction shifter rather than STI if that makes any difference...
Any reason for the inline adjusters? Spyre have twiddly bits on the caliper... I've never needed to adjust brakes on the move and always figured inlines were just another way to end up grim gritty crap getting to the inners...
Ha! The Goodridge stuff is only available in 'clear' and white at the moment anyway (if that helps at all...)
Jagwire stuff will be fine, still using it on my Straggler and Steamroller, just found it rubbed through the outer coating thing on the 29er when combined with grit and bags and stuff - shouldn't be an issue on a winter road bike :)
CRC sell Goodridge housing by the m, seems to be holding up on my 29er, probably better than the Jagwire stuff I've used previously.
Hard to get bottles out of?!?! Grow some arms!
You've listed tyres twice...
My Straggler is about 12kg, but then again it's running a dyno hub, XT rear hub+cheap 8speed cassette/mechs, pump, mudguards, wired tyres etc.
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