ShimanoSLX SM-CRM75 ChainringThe new generation of SLXDesigned to
handle everything from XC to Enduro riding, Shimano's Dynamic Chain Engagement technology is a special gear-teeth profile design that provides increased chain retention and smoother pedaling. Proper chain retention reduces abrasion and ...
Shimano XT FC-M8000 Double Chainring For optimal performance
from your M8000 crankset, use only authentic Shimano chainrings. Shimano's new M8000 3D composite chainrings are precisely engineered for specific 2x11 chainwheel load, improving chain retention, shifting and prolonging the life of ...
Shimano XT M770 Series Chainring Replacement chainrings for
the Shimano XT M770-series crankset. 4 bolt, 64/104mm BCD pattern. Sold singly. Order all 3 if you need rings for one bicycle Shift assist pins help ensure smooth shifting, even under load ...
There is a host of things you must consider when selecting the right component group set for your bike. The first thing you must consider is what type of rider are you. Are you a road rider or mountain biker? Do you ride XC, Trail, All-Mountain or Downhill? Are you going to be racing or are you a casual weekend warrior? What components are compatible with your bike? Do you have a budget you need to stick to? We here at Jenson are here to help guide you through your selection and make your shopping experience a pleasant one.
A bikes group set is made up of several components that work together in harmony to propel you and your bike forward. Starting off you have the crankset which could be considered the heart of a groupset. It is the connecting point between you (the engine) and your bicycle. Every turn of the cranks moves you closer to your destination. Next is the shifters that work in unison with the derailleurs to move the chain across the chainrings and cassette to ensure that you are always in the right gear to tackle the path that is ahead of you. Lastly, we have the brakes. The brakes keep everything under control, and as much as we would like to just keep rolling without stopping, the fact is that coming to a controlled stop is a necessary part of cycling.
The brand of groupset you select is usually dependent on personal preference or what is compatible with your current setup. Jenson carries a full line of groupsets from such brands as SRAM, Shimano, and Campagnolo. Each of these brands work hard to ensure that you are getting the highest quality components that they have to offer. So no matter the type of rider you are, or the bike you have, Jenson can match you up with a groupset that will work best for you. If you need assistance with making your purchase, please give one of our expert Gear Advisors a call today at 888-880-3811