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19. Februar, 13:45 Uhr

Pages Home REVIEWS REFERENCES FAQs BICYCLE RENTAL RESERVE YOUR BIKE ! Holidays Granfondo Passes Heritage Brand Giro Ironman Rentals Concierge Services Things to do Charming southern Sardinia one of the favorite places of Italy enjoyed by the international tourism and cycling...

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22. Januar, 04:13 Uhr

A couple weeks ago I was rear-ended on my way to work riding my Salsa Marrakesh. The frame is totaled, but I escaped without any seriously debilitating, life-threatening injuries. I ride three days a week, year round. My commute is very short (around a mile). While I'm healing up and waiting on the insurance claim, I need some help deciding on a new bike. Budget is roughly $2500 or less. ​ The Marrakesh was a good bike that served me well, but I miss the feel and fun of a livelier ride. It was also the first flat bar bike I've owned since I was a kid, and while I liked the Jones H-Bar setup I was using, I miss flared drops. I do not want another purpose-built tourer, flat bar, or "slow" handling bike. I do want something with somewhat upright positioning, disc brakes, fender mounts, and at least rear rack capable. I live in the city and frequently take roads, alleys, and dedicated bike paths. Gravel, dirt, and other less-than-smooth surfaces are occasionally traversed. I use a ride-behind bike, the Weehoo Turbo, to pull my child during fun rides and sometimes for transportation. I've got an original (cantilever-equipped) All City Nature Boy to temporarily take over commuting duties, but I know I'll be missing gears, a rack, and disc brakes soon enough. ​ I owned an all steel (2010?) Salsa Vaya years ago, and it was probably my favorite bike of all time, but there aren't any stocked at the local shops. Despite that, the Salsa Vaya GRX 600 is near the top of my list. My preferred local shop has an All City Cosmic Stallion in my size that looks really nice, and I'll also ride the Salsa Journeyman and Kona Rove that I've seen nearby. The Surly Midnight Special is similar to these, but I'm wary of the non-replaceable derailleur hanger (bent one in a wreck before), and there are none nearby that I can ride. Had a Kona Sutra over a decade ago that was too small for me. The current one is too tourer for me; although, I would consider riding the Sutra LTD if I could find one nearby. Anything that I'm missing? Any thoughts or questions? Please comment and ask away.

bicycling
23. März, 15:41 Uhr

Hey guys, I'm currently a full-time bike tourer who has had to put my travels on hold due to the current crisis going on. I am curious what sort of questions people here on r/bicycling may have about traveling around the world by bicycle? I have ridden in Europe, Asia, and was currently on tour from Argentina to Alaska when I put my tour on hold in Costa Rica with all borders closed around me.

bicycling
17. Dezember, 20:40 Uhr

A new cycling tour through the Italian and French Alps comes with a surprising twist: pre- and post-ride electric brain stimulation to enhance performance and recovery. (Photo: Edoardo Melchiori/Art by Petra Zeiler) Alex Hutchinson Alex Hutchinson Oct 24, 2019 Is Brain Stimulation the Next Big Thing? Over the past decade, athletes, coaches, and researchers have been seduced...

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18. Februar, 11:05 Uhr

Pages Home REVIEWS REFERENCES FAQs BICYCLE RENTAL RESERVE YOUR BIKE ! Holidays Granfondo Passes Heritage Brand Giro Ironman Rentals Concierge Services Things to do Cycling Riviera Ligure , Italy. A travel diary from Genoa to Pisa crossing Cinque Terre and Versilia. Stop...

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16. Februar, 12:31 Uhr

Pages Home REVIEWS REFERENCES FAQs BICYCLE RENTAL RESERVE YOUR BIKE ! Holidays Granfondo Passes Heritage Brand Giro Ironman Rentals Concierge Services Things to do Cycling Japan, enjoy the Mt. Fuji volcano with Veloce! Carbon road bike rental, logistics and local support in...

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21. März, 04:14 Uhr

A year ago I bought myself a like-new gravel bike ([2017 Diamondback Haanjo Trail](https://99spokes.com/bikes/diamondback/2017/haanjo-trail)) as sort of a do-it-all and have been mostly very satisfied- it's nimble, well-specced, closest thing to a proper road bike that I've had, and able to go off road or carry some weight if I want it to. A few days ago a new, rather nice endurance bike ([2019 Giant Defy Advanced 3](https://99spokes.com/bikes/giant/2019/defy-advanced-3)) appeared on the local market for only $1200. Most of the riding I want to do will be either long, paved day rides or short (>1 week) tours. Should I sell the Diamondback and pick up the Defy, and then a more capable touring rig like the Space Horse, or try to stretch the Haanjo's capabilities to cover both bases?

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10. Dezember, 16:00 Uhr

So i've got a Trek Roscoe 7 with 40mm rims and ridiculously fat Schwalbe Rocket Ron tires. I've been thoroughly enjoying them on the trail but they've been a challenge on the road. Since the Roscoe can fit quite a few bags i've been playing with the idea of touring a little further than my usual 50km and go bikepacking. But i can't imagine being that a good idea with the enormous tires my bike has. So my question is: Could i easily fit narrower tires that are more road-friendly on my 40mm rim wheels? Or would i have to get a different set of wheels? Is a Hardtail MTB such as the Roscoe even fit for bikepacking? I'd be glad for any input. Thanks.

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22. November, 00:37 Uhr

Pages Home REVIEWS REFERENCES FAQs BICYCLE RENTAL FAST RENTAL : RESERVE YOUR BIKE ! Holidays Granfondo Passes Heritage Brand Giro Ironman Rentals Concierge Services Things to do Adventurous Europe cycling with Veloce bike rental! Smiling customers in the pics below! ...

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17. September, 17:56 Uhr

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28. März, 13:30 Uhr

Episode 012: She brings home the mochi by Mid-Atlantic Gravel, Travel & Dirt published on 2019-03-27T17:41:11Z On this episode, Reese Ruland from Niner Bikes joins us to talk about the gravel and cycling culture at Niner, her time at Specialize and TrainingPeaks, plus her sponsorships by New Belgium, Cervelo and others. We review the Strava club leaderboard from last...

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05. Juli, 21:22 Uhr

Tour de France 2019: The growing number of female amateurs cycling for change By Jack Skelton BBC Sport 5 Jul From the section Cycling Share this with Digg Facebook Google LinkedIn Reddit StumbleUpon Copy this link http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/cycling/48873611 Read more about sharing. Many of us have suffered...

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02. April, 22:30 Uhr

To Be Determined Journal To Be Determined is a journal of cycling, adventure and photography, curated by a NYC-based cycling team known as TBD Racing or Team TBD. From criteriums to cyclocross to product reviews and travel diaries, it is all part of the TBD Journal. Bike Packing in Japan Part 2: Sorry about the climbing, Chris In part two of his three part series on bikepacking Japan,...

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08. März, 14:48 Uhr

New Mexico Wants to Make Bikepacking Mainstream New Mexico lawmakers in pursuit of tourism dollars could help push the niche sport into the mainstream, as well as boost visitors to one of the country’s great, overlooked long-distance routes Legitimizing bikepacking in New Mexico in the name of tourism. (Matt Mason) Elizabeth Miller Elizabeth Miller Mar 7, 2019 sms ...

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15. Januar, 22:51 Uhr

Pages Home REVIEWS REFERENCES FAQs BICYCLE RENTAL RESERVE YOUR BIKE ! Holidays Granfondo Passes Heritage Brand Giro Ironman Rentals Concierge Services Things to do Cycling Salento, the 'Italian Carribbean'​. Carbon road bike rental in Lecce. Salento is the heel of Italy...

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14. Dezember, 10:30 Uhr

FAQs Top Tips How To Use Derailleur Gears Why Cheap Bikes are a Bad Idea How To Look After Your Bike Advice On Buying a Childs Bike Bike Care Lessons Gift Vouchers Care Kit Workshop Blog "Excellent service - friendly, fast and professional. All questions answered without being patronising or bamboozling. And my bike is now a joy to ride. Great!" Libby Carter Why cheap bikes are a bad...

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02. Juni, 11:17 Uhr

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22. November, 18:55 Uhr

How the Tour de France Diet Has Changed Over the Decades How has eating changed at the world’s biggest bike race? We made it our mission to find out. Fausto Coppi of Italy on his way to win the 10th stage of the Tour de France in 1952. (Photo: Associated Press) Vernon Felton Vernon Felton Jul 22, 2016 Jens Voigt can tell you all about long, repetitive stage...

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04. Februar, 07:11 Uhr

​ https://preview.redd.it/hwacabinuef61.png?width=900&format=png&auto=webp&s=57d872d520db30b3fff1b24796504f365a0809a1 Recently, Primož-Roglič talked in detail about the loss to Tadej Pogačar in the final timed stage of the [2020 Tour de France](https://www.wheelsall.com/blogs/blog/200922). He described the failure as "cruel and devastating", but insisted that he had gotten rid of disappointment. Looking forward to training and preparing for the Tour de France next season. "Failure is cruel and devastating. But it is more for the people around me than myself. I am a person who likes to keep moving forward and not worry about the results," Roglič accepted French "L'" during his vacation. Équipe" said in an interview. "If I look back at the Tour de France last year, even though I was frustrated by second place at the time, it was still a great result. I told my teammates that our victory showed how strong we are as a team, our comprehensive strength and control of the game. The methods are all very good. This is what we wanted to do before we started, and we worked hard to do it. Of course, I didn’t win, but victory or defeat is the norm. When I did everything I could, I had to accept it. " The head of the Jumbo team seemed to regret only the three weeks in September. "I should seize the opportunity for a few seconds in the game." He said, "but it's not enough to spend nearly two minutes. I prefer to remember that I struggled every metre in the game." The documentary "Code Yellow" produced on Dutch TV revealed the inner emotions of Jumbo team members during the Tour de France and captured the team's surprise at Roglič's performance in the La Planche des Belles Filles time trial. Tom Dumoulin was particularly shocked, as was Roglič. "I still can't understand two minutes, that's a big difference," he said, sitting in the team bicycle with team manager Richard Plugge an hour after the failure. ​ https://preview.redd.it/jbckw40puef61.png?width=1200&format=png&auto=webp&s=80a694c00badf3902631580e75be9576db7258f1 "I don't know... they have to calculate the power required to achieve that time. It's just a different world. I can't understand. If you can ride so hard, then every kick must use its full strength. ." After that, the Jumbo team retracted their opinions, and Roglič also shrugged. He still seems to be shocked by the performance of his compatriots in Slovenia. "This is not surprising, but surprising," he told L'Équipe. "Because he never proved that it was possible until the moment of winning in the time trial. In some previous stages, he was on the edge. No one could imagine that he had this talent." He also talked about the "that" yellow chronograph helmet, which looks very uncomfortable, obviously not aerodynamic, and when he tries to contain the loss, it will distract you. He explained: "I prefer to use the old model, I said before the game, but I am sure this helmet is more aerodynamic. It only took me a few seconds... if I didn’t fall heavily in the Tour de France. If I didn’t get injured before the Tour de France, I might win the game. But what can I do? Nothing can change.” Roglič confirmed the crash in the Critérium du Dauphiné, which left a huge bruise on his left hip and the pain was so severe that he did not train on the road before heading to Nice for the Tour de France. ​ https://preview.redd.it/bzydvyaouef61.png?width=900&format=png&auto=webp&s=0e2637fc53199e54fa754311297d760400c26456 **Cheer up from failure** Although he failed in the Tour de France, Roglič was admired by fans for his quick recovery and winning Liège Bastogne Liège, especially in the Vuelta a España, where he defeated Richard Carapaz and Hugh Carthy in Madrid with 24 seconds The advantage wins. After switching from ski jumping to professional cycling in his 20s, Roglič did not want to waste every year and every opportunity of his career. Even after losing the Tour de France, he refused to bow his head. "I didn't even think about stopping the game after the Tour de France," he said. "I love my job. I am 31 years old this year and I know it will not last forever. Therefore, I want to take advantage of the opportunity to be in a good state and not want to disappoint myself. When the Tour de France ended, I told myself that I was working hard. , Can’t stop there. I want more." He likes to enjoy the process of preparing for major goals like the Tour de France, instead of worrying about whether he will win the most important competition in the sport. "I will not trouble myself with such questions, such as whether I will win again." He said, "I want to be the first, but in fact, what I like best is the accumulation of all this. How do I Reach your limits? How to promote teammates and employees?" https://preview.redd.it/p6rpotmpuef61.png?width=1200&format=png&auto=webp&s=cb7911fd09501386e02dcd984a0ea93138486a96 "It’s very harmful to only aim for victory. If you are second, then you’re done, and you’ll never find the strength to start again. It will prevent you from enjoying the preparation process. And I, if you can next season Increase by 0.5%, I will be very happy." **Dare to accept criticism and be willing to learn** Roglič has laid the foundation for the new season. He has participated in cross-country skiing training and a family coach training in Tines. It was not until mid-January that he returned to his home in Monaco to start more serious training. Due to the new crown epidemic, he failed to participate in the Jumbo Team Spain training camp, but is still preparing for 2021. He plans to start the new season in Paris-Nice in early March. Roglič and Steven Kruijswijk have been appointed as one of the three main players in the Tour de France, and whether Tom Dumoulin can return to the stadium smoothly depends on whether he will retire. When Roglič is interviewed, he may appear alienated and reserved, but he admits that he is very shy and is learning how to become a leader and team member of Jumbo Racing. "It has never been easy for me," he admitted. "I come from an individual sport like skiing. You have to concentrate completely on yourself, and you have to think about psychological aspects, feelings and techniques. Cycling is more collective. I have to learn from others. I am still trying to figure out how to be a good one. Lead and must work hard to make teammates my good partners. This is not very natural for me." "For example, in the first days, on the rest days, the lads would get together, go out for coffee, chat, talk and laugh. But I prefer to ride alone and ride alone. I didn’t bother to say it at first, buddies I think I don’t like them, I think I’m special, I only care about myself." Roglič's consistent image seems elusive, especially in front of the media, but he has gradually adapted to his position as one of the sports stars and a real contender. "I have to say, I am willing to accept criticism," he said. "When I do something wrong, I am grateful for others to tell me that I take it as a challenge to make myself better. This is a way of learning."

bicycling
23. Juli, 23:06 Uhr

View photos Photo credit: @cauldphotoMore From Bicycling For three weeks in July, the eyes of the cycling world are on the Tour de France, making it a great stage for the cycling industry to show off its latest, lightest, fastest, and lustiest equipment. A few teams get new bikes for the 2019 tour—Michelton gets a color-changing and sparlky Scott Addict RC, and Total Direct Énergie rides a...

bicycling
13. November, 16:21 Uhr

The Case For Cycling And Wildlife Viewing by Jared KukuraNov 13, 2019Reports0 comments Consumptive practices like trophy hunting have obvious negative impacts on wildlife. Killing animals not only reduces their population but alters their behavior. Non-consumptive practices like photo tourism are seen as a low impact alternative and the way forward for conservation. However, increased...

bicycling
18. November, 03:28 Uhr

hi I'm a newbie in this sport and I've been watching Tour and Giro lately, was wondering what characteristics each Grand Tour has per se. like in Tennis Grand Slams grass, clay, and hard courts have different traits, even hard courts vary in themselves. for example it could be some GT has more uphills or one has well paved roads etc.

bicycling
16. August, 20:39 Uhr

written by Andy Robinson August 16, 2020 The 5 Rules of Bicycle Touring Across America My original ride across the United States in 2006 furnished me with most of my fondest memories and experiences so it’s truly hard to pick just one to relate here.  Instead I think I’ll highlight some of my favorite experiences with a list for potential trans-continental cyclists some advice...

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17. August, 01:58 Uhr

**TLDR 17 days cold wet scared broke and alone. Not just me?** 1100km, 17 days, late May/early June of this year. For the first 6 days my friend and I traveled together. Then we split up so I could take the ferry and so she could head home. The rest of the trip was kind of not fun. This was not my first bike tour but it was my longest and it was the first time I spent any time alone on the road. I found myself getting kind of paranoid (in very rural areas getting close to dark, I would hide myself and my bike when I heard a car coming, especially if there was a park or campground coming up - they would know I was planning to stay there, and they would know I was alone). A couple of nights I actually asked boulders or trees to protect me through the night, though I'm not normally a superstitious or spiritual person. I got very little sleep and by the time I got there I was more exhausted in every way than I've ever been before in my life. It was also cold (canada in may still gets frost every night) and it rained almost every day. I had to keep stopping to buy more blankets and sweaters and drybags and re-waterproof my rain gear. I was also running out of money. I rarely knew where I was sleeping and every day around 5pm I'd start feeling scared, and by 7 I was really scared, and if I hadn't found somewhere safe by 8 or 9 I'd be crying and it just wasn't good. I'd bike by house after house coming up with reasons I wouldn't be safe there for each one, until eventually I'd just drag my bike off the highway into the woods and camp there, or knock on whoever's door was closest. I knew that this was a kind of decision fatigue and that it was a terrible idea to let it happen each and every night but I found myself unable to trust people until I had no other choice. When I was in an area with Warmshowers/Couchsurfing and my phone was charged and working and in my home country (I cut through the states for about half the trip and had no service there) that was fine, I had a lovely time and slept in an actual bed and ate actual food and told some stories. What really gets me is that this was not my first tour - I'd done some week-long trips and many, many day and weekend trips - and I did so much research and planning, I have a 10-page google doc with important info and resources and routes and oh my god. Anyway next time (there WILL be a next time, just not for like a decade or so - I'm not joking, I can't for a while) I'll buy a brand new phone and the best plan I can find. I'll make sure I have several times more money than I think I need. I'll make sure I check more than one place for the average nighttime temps and I'll make sure I have enough clothes and a sleeping bag with a high enough R-value. I'll make sure I only travel through populated areas, and I'll make sure I have all the time in the world - I had a deadline this time, I had to be there for a certain date. I arrived early but only a few days early. Sorry, not sure why I'm posting this, except I've been thinking about it a lot and it's several months later now and I think I just need to get it out of my system. I also have a lot of disappointment and guilt because I was really, really excited, and spent a lot of time and money on it, and I hated it, and I think I haven't gone on a single trip all summer because of it. I guess I'm just wondering if anyone else has had a similar experience they could share?

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05. August, 19:55 Uhr

Bjorg Lambrecht: Belgian cyclist dies following crash during the Tour de Pologne 5 Aug From the section Cycling Share this with Digg Facebook Google LinkedIn Reddit StumbleUpon Copy this link http://www.bbc.com/sport/cycling/49243277 Read more about sharing. Bjorg Lambrecht was regarded as one of Belgium's...

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24. Juli, 08:55 Uhr

Newest Oldest Longest Shortest Random ×   T The Real Science of Sport Podcast 1 What It Really Takes To Ride The Tour de France: A Doctor's Perspective1:30:01 4h ago1:30:01 + Play Later Play Later + Lists Like Liked 1:30:01   Explore the challenges of working as a doctor at the Tour de France as Ross and Mike talk to Dr...

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07. April, 14:42 Uhr

Going on my honeymoon next month, a 250 mile bike tour of Sicily. Tour provided a pack guide but looking for specific recommendations for what to bring. Both for male and female. Shorts Jerseys Gloves Day pack vs saddle bags Shoes First aid Laundry materials

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06. Dezember, 00:15 Uhr

Dec 4 Dec 4 7 Things You Need to Know About Cycling in the Czech Republic Christopher James Mitchell Europe Travel There are only a few travel experiences in my life that I enjoyed more than cycling in the Czech Republic. If you’ve been following my site for the last decade, you’ll understand the gravity of that statement. Not all that long ago, I played pro hockey in...

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03. Februar, 19:49 Uhr

My parents want to buy me a bike for my birthday since I have been doing it a lot lately and only have an old Walmart bike. I'm looking for a touring bike, to ride short trips, canal trails and such but I feel like whenever I look at bikes there's the $200-300 range of bikes with terrible reviews and the $1k+ range of good bikes. Is there an in between? I obviously don't want my parents to buy something that's more expensive than I need but if necessary I would contribute money too. Also since bike prices are inflated rn is it worth it to wait for the spring? I feel like prices will inflate more if I wait that long.

bicycling
09. September, 15:33 Uhr

I hope this can serve as a sort of an AMA, but more like AUA (ask us anything) where community members will help solve and mysteries and confusion around Le Tour and rules/regulations/traditions.

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02. Juli, 00:26 Uhr

I was looking for a road bike but obviously most stores are out of the one i was looking for. Used sections of the internet didn't have it either or it was far too expensive. Then I somehow stumbled upon a tour company that rent bikes out of Ottawa. I was pretty surprised that they had my bike in my size and almost within budget($200 over). Contacted them, made a deposit and now I'll be riding my "new" starting October. Such a loooong wait though...😭😭😭 Anyway, if you're looking for a used bike and you don't need it right now, try that! I imagine the only people who would want to rent a high end bike are experienced ones (and those who can afford it as well) , which probably means that they'll have less tendency of accidentally damaging the bike, I hope. And I was told that it was only used once so far, so there is the possibility that the high end ones are rented less frequently and/or covid is keeping sales away. But then again, summer has only begun.

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26. Februar, 20:25 Uhr

Really just looking for a solid road bike that I can use as a commuter- also that I might be able to use in a triathlon if I ever decided to get off my ass and sign up for one. Top two choices are the [Windsor Tourist](http://www.bikesdirect.com/products/windsor/tourist-touring-bikes-v.htm) or the [Motobecane Strada LTD 1.0](http://www.bikesdirect.com/products/motobecane/road_bikes/strada-ltd-1-steel-road-bikes.htm). Kind of seems to me that the Motobecane is the more balanced bike in terms of components.

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12. Februar, 00:29 Uhr

My bike was stolen today in Mexico. I’m from the United States. I’m visiting here for a few months. My bike is old, but rare, and it means a lot to me. It’s an old Clark Kent mtn bike that I customized into a touring bike. 3 years ago I rode it from Austin, TX to Cancun, MX. No problems, awesome trip. Today, it was locked to a metal fence post of a metal chain-link fence, and was stolen while I was away for an hour. I talked to the police and gave them some photos of the bike. I also watched some blurry footage from a security camera. The thief cut the Kryptonite cable fairly quickly. I realize that it is probably gone forever. Que sera, sera. Just wondering if anybody has advice if there is anything else I can do, such as offer a reward. II’m not real sure how “the system” works in Mexico. Thanks

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23. Januar, 21:13 Uhr

Hey guys I'm planning to build a touring bike. I have this old road shifters Shimano sora sti 2x9. Can I combine road levers with an mtb drivetrains so I could climb hills easily? What Shimano mtb groupset do I need, compatibility with my road levers? Thanks in advance