According to the manual my Venox has 5 gears. Living in the hills northeast of Taichung I rarely bother
shifting into 4th. (I know you can wind up these things but I do plan to get a tach)
God love this internet, found some fan clubs (Spain as well the US).
There are many “true believers”, but I bet there are guys who collect Edsels too.
Anyway there is an outfit in the US that sells sprocket kits to up the tooth count from stock 39 to
43 or 46. If it’s geared too long for America and the local lads are happy with 43, then I would go for
No rush making a daytime trip into the city to talk to ‘my’ mechanic, so I thought I’d broach the topic
with ‘my’ fellow (forumosan) bikers.
- The debate raised whether the replacement was alum. vs steel was resolved. (alum. well engineered)
So after the first question is answered - what’s available here? - begs the next question - would you
recommend US made after market products or what’s made here?
- Where/what tooth number rear sprockets are available for the Venox?.. information
- Are users happy with after market products made here?.. opinion