Constructed with machined alloy, the Sram Rival 22 Crankset delivers an upgrade in performance. The Rival crankarms and spider are constructed with aluminum while the stiffer X-GlideR chainrings are thicker in construction offering stiffness with upshift rivets. The CNC-machined aluminum design allows for precision control of each tooth shape and ramp. The advanced shift timing pins and ramps for optimized shifting with Yaw Front Derailleurs. The Sram Rival Crankset is compatible with Sram Red 22, Force 22 and Rival 22 Yaw Derailleurs
CNC-machined aluminum chainrings
Compatible with Sram Red 22, Force 22 and Rival Yaw Derailleurs
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