Oval chainrings will help you ride more like the pros by enhancing your pedal stroke, deliver power more smoothly to the rear wheel, and generate and maintain constant cadence. You will find yourself climbing easier and faster with less stress on your knees while your legs remain fresher for longer. Each ring is beautifully CNC machined using 6 up-shifting ramps and 12 down-shifting points to keep shifting smooth and precise. These chainrings are designed specifically for SRAM road cranks that require a 5-bolt, 110 BCD bolt pattern that have one hidden chainring bolt behind the crankarm.
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Absolute Black Spiderless Cinch Oval Ring The Absolute
Black Spiderless Cinch Oval Ring can augment things even further with its' lightweight, stiff construct, and clean good-looks. Oval rings spin smoother and promote optimal power transfer by aimed to eliminate dead ...
FSA DH/SS MTB Chainrings are perfect for singlespeed
or downhill use. Black anodized with laser logos Bolt recesses on both sides allow for use with chain guide or chainline adjustment AL7075/T6 alloy DH/SS
Oneup 104 BCD Oval Narrow Wide Chainring Narrow-wide
chainrings are a game changer for single-ring drivetrains. Featuring built-in chain retention technology, the OneUp Narrow Wide Chainring allows you to run a 1x drivetrain without using a chainguide! The trick is ...