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    Measuring Drive Train Efficiency

    The bike is nothing more then circles turning circles, It's the human motor that makes it elegant.

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    Interesting read. Thanks.

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    Charts and formulas make my head hurt.

    Single speed formula

    1 gear = more beer

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    As an engineer, you can bet your ass I was reading this under the covers with a flashlight.

    Maybe not, but it was definitely interesting!
    It's not about being better than others, it's about getting the best out of myself.

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    True words of wisdom.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan G. View Post
    1 gear = more beer
    Efficiency....blah, blah, blah. I think Mr. Angus Cameron could learn a thing or two from you.

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    Reminds me of my days in highschool.
    Interesting but to complicated for me - that's why I ride SS it's simple not complicated.

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    I didn't even bother looking,I have a simple mind..
    Probably why I like SS/Rigid..

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