Technical FAQ: Internal-gear hubs vs. derailleurs; ‘cross geometry explained

Technical FAQ: Internal-gear hubs vs. derailleurs; ‘cross geometry explained

A reader wonders why internally geared hubs haven't caught on in competitive cycling. More follow-up on a pedal-strike question, and Lennard talks about cyclocross geometry. Read the full article at Technical FAQ: Internal-gear hubs vs. derailleurs; ‘cross geometry explained on VeloNews.com .

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