Whilst this page is written for self-supported bikepacking and long-distance cycling in general, the advice and information may be useful for randonneurs.
I look forward to seeing how this will compare with the Rohloff.Swap between wheels, through axle compatible, lighter than Rohloff, separate up/down shifters.
My first recumbent:2002 FlyingFurniture PBP Special When I started randonneuring in 2002 I was riding a very second-hand upright bike built up from a frame acquired from a pawn shop fitted out with parts from what I had available under my house. It had served me well, having been used as my daily commuter and…
Kiwi Randonneurs have an interesting page showing local and world-wide results for randonnees.
Videos by Damon
[This tip is courtesy of Ian Boehm via the Audax Australia Checkpoint magazine No. 59] Almost all cadence sensor systems rely on a magnet attached to your crank activating a reed relay inside the anonymous black box on the boom or chainstay of your chosen conveyance. The average cadence magnet adorning your left crank is…