In a message dated 6/10/03 7:49:15 AM Pacific Daylight Time, email@example.com writes:
> The older rear track hubs were once primarily available in 110mm spacing,
> then at some point they changed to 120mm for the most part. Current kierin
> frames are available in both sizes, and track hubs are still produced to
> accommodate both. 120mm seems to be most common these days. Can anyone
> offer a opinion as to why some riders would prefer one size over another?
My Campagnolo #14 Catalogue (1960) shows ONLY 110 for the rear. If anyone has
a catalogue #15 (1967) or #16 (1968), it would be interesting to see if both
A narrower rear triangle (110 spacing) would be more aerodynamic, a wider
rear triangle (120 spacing) would be (potentially) stiffer.