/ New chain rings/chainset
option 2 is to buy whole new crankset, quite tempted with the tiagra compact, can buy for just under £60 on crc.
Option 3 splash out on 105 crankset, to keep with the bikse theme.....is there a big difference between tiagra and 105? Bearing in mind this will be on a soon to be relegated to winter hack/second bike
Anyone with experience on any of the above?
Thanks in advance
If it is your winter hack i would go cheap and cheerful, there is a difference between 105 and tiagra, (weight, finish) but not that you would notice on a freezing wet and windy winters day!!
Have a look at strong light chainrings can be ad for less than £15
Aren't Travativ the same as SRAM? They look quite expensive, 15 quid for a 34 and 20 quid for 1 50 - I'd buy a new chainset for 15 quid more - SRAM Apex or something like that for 50 quid.
Enty. Where are you buying your bike bits from....
Jedi Sports and Bike discount (Germany) postage shit-hot to France, can't see why it would be different to UK.
Just about to order some Fulcrum Quattros for 249€ so I can have my Fulcrum Zeros back off the wife - don't tell her ;-)
Nowt wrong with Stronglight chainrings by the way. just avoid their carbon cranks.
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