One of the cluster of toothed cogs comprising the "cassette" or "block" attached to the rear wheel. Often referred to by the number of teeth on each cog (the higher the number, the easier the gear): "She's riding in the 21 going up this hill."
The rear cog, normally a smaller toothed ring, which fits onto the rear wheel; also called a cog or cogwheel. The sprockets fit onto a cassette which is called a "block" by riders. Today these blocks usually contain 9 or 10 sprockets.
There is a sprocket mounted to the crankshaft of the engine, which is typically quite small and is also called the drive sprocket. A much larger sprocket is mounted to the rear axle, is connected to the drive sprocket via the chain and is also referred to as the driven sprocket. The size ratio between the two is called the gear ratio. Since this ratio can be easily modified by exchanging the sprocket on the axle, these sprockets and/or ratios are also referred to as gears. You can choose between single-piece sprockets, which and two-piece, or split sprockets. In order to change the single-piece sprockets, you will have to unmount the axle, the split sprockets can be changed while the axle is mounted. Thus, many prefer the split sprockets, but some claim that single-piece sprockets run more true.
The rear cog, normally a smaller toothed ring, which fits onto the rear wheel; also called a cog or cogwheel. The sprockets fit onto a cassette which is called a "block" by riders. Most common is a 9 speed block.
Sprocket is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics Universe where she was primarily a pilot for the superhero team the New Warriors. Her first appearance was in Night Thrasher: Four Control #2. She is African American and presumably in her 40's.
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