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QuoteI just looked at it on Trek's website and I see they're still using 9-speed, which I like because 9-speed chains and cassettes are far cheaper and last longer than than 10-speed.They are probably using 9-speed because the largest cog Shimano offers on their 10-speed cassettes is a 28T. To get the more common touring large cog of 32 or 34T you have to use an MTB cassette and they are only available in 9-speed.
I recently had surgery to repair a herniated disc in my neck (C5-6) and am wondering about other cyclists' recovery experiences with such a procedure. How long before you were back on your bike, how long did it take you to recovery and feel 100%. Do you have any tips or advice for getting back on and in solid riding form? Certainly there are a lot of variables, I'm just looking for broad strokes. Thanks.