Re: Who is the fastest china rider still standing
No....Haven't tried the 18T personally but with all the talk of people looking for the fastest of the fast I thought I'd throw it out there.
I'm running a 36T still but on my next build I am going smaller (probably a 32T )...
Since 18T is half of 36T I'd imagine you'd probably have to get to about 15 mph or so before letting out the clutch.... I would imagine flat roads would be needed with such steep gearing but I could be wrong since quite a few folks in FL are running 27T on 26" wheels and are pretty happy (of course 18T is still pretty far from 27T)...Hmmmm....still looking for the first person to try it out! ;-)