Off-road Deliveroo bike
Just put an 11-46 cassette onto my bike and struggling to get it to shift into the largest ring. Rear mech is XT and it shifted fine with the 11-36 I had on there before. The chain was left long on the 11-36 as I was expecting to swap it but maybe it's not long enough?
Do I need a new chain? Is there some other trick I'm missing to make the last shift?
B screw all ok?
That I haven't checked! thanks... I tend to get b-screws set up correctly when I build a bike but then forget exactly what they're for, where they are, why I should care, etc. This time, though, it's just stupidity as I put a 40T on my Tripster last week and had to adjust the B-screw for that.
Yeah that did it... but the chain is too short. Got another one somewhere I can use
What generation XT? 10/11 speed?
Do you know the make/model of the forks?
the is the only midnight spesh ive seen that looks half way good
do you put your tv dinner in the space, keep eating on the move
#nogravel in Norfolk today.
Did you race the train?
No, we were going on opposite directions but I did get a wave from the driver.
You should probably mention that you rode that gravel fixed, as it'll keep @youramericanlover happy
Doesn't everyone ride gravel fixed? I thought all those 1x bikes meant just that...
Gravel tends (sweeping generalization) to be flat or rolling, it's the ideal surface really.
Have to admit, I like that.
Lawful evil Jones bar
Now ordering a job lot of replacement decals.
I didn’t realise they’d resurfaced the train route as well as Marriotts way. Good to know for #DaypackingPicnicWankerCoffeeOutsiding
Nice, I'm heading up there at the weekend (Cley next the Sea)
Any good gravy routes to share?
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