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    Mojo ojoM madbob's Avatar
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    geared hub???

    I'm probably crazy, and landed on my head to many times, but does anybody know of an internaly geared hub that might fit on my bmx cruiser?

    The plan is to make my 24" bmx bike already equiped with a 4" fork more suitable to trail riding. any ideas for some sort of gearing system would be very much appreciated.

    Thanks
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    carlos might know.

    if anything you can keep it as a single speed and just change the gearing to something lower

    i run a 32.16, but I spin out too quick on street and jumps.

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    MoJo Friar Brian B's Avatar
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    Howard at Action Bikes in San Antonio runs some sort of 3 speed hub on his cruiser. Maybe give him a call.

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    is the rear end...or hub...110?

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    I met this guy on the trails in Crested Butte. He must be a good guy because he is responsible for Shiner Bock being sold in Crested Butte
    http://www.willitsbrand.com/1.html
    Turned out he grew up in San Marcos. Anyway, he had a set up where you shift with your heel. I think it was a European product.

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