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Rear derailleur help

Started this discussion. Last reply by Craig MacIntyre Apr 14. 3 Replies

Setting up my bike. Tried using a shimano XT RD.... Didn't work. Would a regular road RD with a medium cage work fine or do I need a MTN one. Running either a 11x26 or 11x28 cassette with a 36…Continue

1x10set up tubeless wheels

Started this discussion. Last reply by J.D. Kimple Jan 13. 3 Replies

Looking for some advice for my cross set-up. Have a 1x10 set up and dura-ace tubeless wheels. Want to know gearing options and tire options for racing in Georgia. Any help would be great!

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"using ultegra road shifters 10 speed"
Apr 18
Craig MacIntyre replied to Sean Taylor's discussion Rear derailleur help
"Ack - you beat me to the reply!!!! "
Apr 14
Craig MacIntyre replied to Sean Taylor's discussion Rear derailleur help
"We need a little more info to help you out.  If you are using road shifters then a shimano XT RD will not work if it is 10 speed.  If it is a 9-speed it should shift fine with Shimano Road shifters.  That derailleur will handle any…"
Apr 14
Adam Holt replied to Sean Taylor's discussion Rear derailleur help
"Gonna need more info than this to help you out.  Which XT RD are you talking about - 9 or 10 speed?  9 speed should work fine with any road shifters, as long as they're not 11 speed.  If the RD is 10 speed, it won't work…"
Apr 14
Sean Taylor posted a discussion

Rear derailleur help

Setting up my bike. Tried using a shimano XT RD.... Didn't work. Would a regular road RD with a medium cage work fine or do I need a MTN one. Running either a 11x26 or 11x28 cassette with a 36 front.. Lots of help needed
Apr 8
Sean Taylor updated their profile
Jan 14
J.D. Kimple replied to Sean Taylor's discussion 1x10set up tubeless wheels
"I say go with a mix of tires, Like a Kenda Kommando or Sland 6 in back and a Panaracer Crossblaster or Clement PDX up front. This will tackle most of the loose, dry conditions pretty handily. Vee Rubber's X-C-X should take care of most…"
Jan 13
Kris Fleming replied to Sean Taylor's discussion 1x10set up tubeless wheels
"Gearing depends on what your typical courses look like and if you are more of a low cadence masher or a high rpm spinner.  I run a 38 with usually an 11-26 or 11-28 in back.  I find it works pretty well for most of the courses I race.…"
Jan 12
Rich replied to Sean Taylor's discussion 1x10set up tubeless wheels
"Well, since no one else has spoken up I'll say this.  I was just playing with a gear calculator and a 42t front ring with a 32-11t cassette (which my not be possible) gives you almost the exact same range as a 36/46 with a 12-27t cassette.…"
Jan 10
Sean Taylor posted a discussion

1x10set up tubeless wheels

Looking for some advice for my cross set-up. Have a 1x10 set up and dura-ace tubeless wheels. Want to know gearing options and tire options for racing in Georgia. Any help would be great!
Dec 17, 2013
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Dec 17, 2013

Profile Information

Hometown:
Marietta, GA
About Me:
New to the sport of cyclocross i race colligate for Kennesaw State University, race triathlons and i guess i needed a fall sport
Current Bike Collection:
2011 Trek Madone 5.1
2012 Scott Team CX
Favorite Race:
Georgia Cross series- Jim R Miller Park
Dream Bike:
Ritte CrossBerg
Favorite thing about cyclocross:
love the atmosphere, love the non-serious side of cycling
How long have you been racing cyclocross?
1 year
Racing category:
noob, weekend warrior

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