Posts by Chris Wickliffe:
Lee Copson (verified owner) – October 12, 2017 Hugely impressive shift quality. Happened across this whilst investigating possible issues arising from the use of a 53/34 combination. I need the 34 ring due to the combination of my size and the terrain I am currently riding but my 2005 Modane braze-on doesn’t work too well […]
My name is Dmitry and I run Triton Bikes in Moscow, Russia. We participated at NAHBS show in SLC in March and our friends from TRP gave us your chain catcher for display. I have your catcher on my road bike. I was racing last Sunday and the road was a total mess, lots of […]
I resumed racing cyclocross after laying off for two years. The first two races were marked by multiple chain drops. I read about the Sentinel and ordered it immediately. I raced with it yesterday and did not have a single chain drop. Sweet!!! Thanks for a wonderful product.
Recently I purchased the WickWerks Cycling components Chain rings and could not be happier. The customer service provided by Chris is second to none and made the whole process as smooth as possible. The Chain rings were being fitted to a Quark power meter, Chris was able to walk me through the fit, making it […]
53/34 Review Submitted by Jim via WickWerks.com August 5, 2016 Comments: These things rock. I’m no technical bike guy, just a rider who puts 5000-8000 miles a year on a variety of road bikes. These chain rings shift quicker than anything else I have. That means various Dura Ace, Ultegra, and Campagnolo setups as I […]
Installing the Fit Link and Junior’s Solution Please note; this video and the pictures are of the older version of the Fit-Link. We will update the video and pictures in the future. The Products page shows pictures of the new and improved version of the Fit-Link as well as drawings. The Fit Link is a […]
What gears should I ride? How do I choose? “Hey, my buddy Joe rides a 38 and loves it, so I think I should get that.” Sound familiar? I’ve over heard that kind of conversation many times, and I’m amazed. It may be the Engineer in me — or it may be the Cycling Coach […]
Slow upshift? Unacceptable! Let’s fix that. Slow front shifting is boring, so maybe this Toe-In technique can help.
How To Replace Chainrings Without Removing The Crank Changing rings is not that difficult, and in some cases, it’s possible to replace chainrings without removing the crank.