While rear gears are becoming more multistage with 12 or 13 speeds, "front singles," which eliminate the front gear shift, are spreading, especially on gravel roads and MTBs. This article summarizes its merits and demerits.
The "front single" without front shifting is being increasingly adopted in MTB and gravel road bikes. This section summarizes the advantages and disadvantages of the front single.
Gravel bikes have been rapidly gaining in popularity over the past few years. But what is the difference between a standard road bike and a gravel bike? We have compiled a list of tips on how to recognize a gravel bike and what to look for when choosing one.
The higher the grade of road bike components, the more gear shifts are available. In this article, we will look at the advantages and disadvantages of upgrading to a higher grade of component and increasing the number of gear shifts.
Gravel bikes have been rapidly gaining in popularity over the past few years. While the number of complete bikes has been increasing, component makers have also started to offer specialized components for gravel bikes.
The following is a summary of Shimano's GRX lineup of components for gravel bikes, its features, and the advantages and disadvantages of choosing GRX.