I'm done with psuedo single speed testing.
I've completely worn out the 18 tooth cog on the cassette.
I figure in total I've put maybe 8-10 hours of riding on it.
I'm not an expert, but that doesn't sound like a lot of use before the darn thing failed.
I can actually look at the cassette and see the difference between the bad cog and the good ones. Before when I'd wear a cog down, everything would look the same.
You can look at this thing and easily see its no good.
I wonder what the job market is like for cassette quality testers?
No worries though. I've got a replacement cassette waiting in the garage, and my Redline Flight 29er should be here next week.