Technical FAQ: 2.6” vs. 2.8” tires; 1X vs. 2X drivetrain friction

Technical FAQ: 2.6” vs. 2.8” tires; 1X vs. 2X drivetrain friction

Readers write in with more questions about which gear combinations yield the least amount of friction. Read the full article at Technical FAQ: 2.6” vs. 2.8” tires; 1X vs. 2X drivetrain friction on VeloNews.com .

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