60 tooth Chainring – Track Sprint Bike

My track sprint trainee ordered himself and me some big rings from GR8 in Australia. I recommended that he get a 58×12 to get some winter strength work done on the trainer. I got the 60 tooth.


G Ledesma says:

what size crank arms?

PROcrastiDRIVE SV says:

Crank length affects gear ratios. Check out Sheldon Brown’s gear calculator.
You could have the same “gain ratio” as a 60 tooth chainring, by running 155mm cranks with a 53 tooth chainring! However, because you don’t have gears on the back you’re stuck with the one ratio so you will lose effective leverage at slow speeds. Rotor do short cranks, down to 150mm.

Robert Tracey says:

wow looks brill. could you do a tutorial like an idiot’s guide to track sprinting because I’ve been riding road club rides but would love to do track sprinting

Piotrek Omglol says:

Hi. I’ve just found your channel. Love the content. What trainer are you using? I’ve only managed to read that It is made in Japan.

Misan tropo says:

I would like to see someone trying to push these gears on the real world

kuvo fly says:

did you get that ring from bespoke?

Joaquin Kiley says:

Robert Tracey, I’ll see if I can somehow work that in. Do you have velodrome riding experience?

Ravenwood Dave says:

This is nothing new….Bomber Cycles of New York from 1993 to 1997 made a 84 tooth 110 bolt Patten even a freewheel cog Custom size of a 8 smallest ( 84-62-58 ) front with cook brothers crankes ….and nukeproof hub with a bomber cycle small cog of ( 8,11,14,16,20,22,26 ) was great for flying down the streets of New York city in them mid 1990s on a old school Fat Chance!!!! Those where the days !!!!!

Noah Calderon says:

what style of bike would you need to fit a chain ring that big on

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