What difference .

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by postman, 18 Apr 2010.

  1. postman

    postman Legendary Member

    Location:
    Meanwood ,Leeds
    I ride a Dawes Galaxy .Just cleaned it this afternoon .
    It has 48 36 26

    Now next Tuesday i collect my Spesh Secteur Elite .It has on 50 39 30 .


    Now i can move my heavy Dawes at quite a notch .

    What difference will i notice on the bike with 50x39x30 .
     
  2. gaz

    gaz Cycle Camera TV

    Location:
    South Croydon
    Thats only half the story, whats your old and new cassette?
     
  3. GrasB

    GrasB Veteran

    Location:
    Nr Cambridge
    The crankset will only change the position of the cassettes ratio range, the difference will be the weight & rolling resistance.
     
  4. Oh come on Gaz and Gras...Postie is speculating on 'delivery' here...will the revelation come on Tuesday, or will it have to be 'kept in the bin' until Wednesday?

    Kneeeeeeds must I guess!
    Have fun Postie!
     
  5. vernon

    vernon Harder than Ronnie Pickering

    Location:
    Meanwood, Leeds
    Uphill will be harder as your rear cassette is likely to have fewer teeth.
     
  6. GrasB

    GrasB Veteran

    Location:
    Nr Cambridge
    Aperitif, postman specifically asked what difference will he notice. The answer is gearing wise the ratio position of the cassette will change. What he'll probably notice more is the lack of mass compared to the Galaxy & the lower rolling resistance of the tyres.
     
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