Hewlett-Packard (@HP) stopped by the Tribe Bicycle Co. HQ in Red Hook, Brooklyn to document a day at Tribe! We had a blast with HP crew - wheelies, testing out a few of the new HP products, and introducing them to our Tribe (including our office dogs Toots and Meimei)!
See below for more images and keep an eye out for Tribe in future HP branding.
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Cranksets are one of the main components in the bicycle drivetrain system. They turn the energy your legs create into the motion that drives the bicycle forward (or also backwards in the case of fixed gear bikes). A chainring has a certain amount of teeth noted in the specs. For example, 44 or 46 or 48 t or teeth. So what do these numbers mean and how does it affect me when biking?