What is the perfect number of gears for your urban bike? In this featured video, Shifter is going to give you the answer to that question.
Here’s what Shifter has to say about the perfect number of gears for your urban bike
One? Three? Eight? Twenty-seven? Have you ever wondered what the perfect number of gears is for your urban commuter bike? Well, I’m here to convince you that three is the perfect number.
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