Originally Posted by swehtt
I'll try to remember to get a decent picture of the rear sprocket. My skills of description fail at this moment. I'm living in China for a couple years at least. Happy trails indeed...the local hills require a definite kick of manpower. I suppose bikes are for excercise.
What results have getting a smaller sprocket given? I'm guessing increased speed but also a lot more pedalling to start.
A smaller rear sprocket will result in a lower RPM at cruise, and a slightly higher top speed. less torque to pull you up hills being the penalty.