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Rotor 110x5 Round Inner Chainring 110x5, 42T

$58.00

Rotor 110x5 Round Inner ChainringRotor's 110x5 Round Inner Chainring features a CNC-machined 7075-T6 construction. This lightweight, stiff, and heat-treated process gives the chainring great durability. This 110 BCD chainring features steel shifting pins for improved shift precision and reliability. The Rotor 110x5 BCD chainring is compatible with 9, 10, and 11-speed groupsets.Features100% CNC-machined, 7075-T6 aluminum alloy constructionSteel shifting pins for added precision and ...

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Rotor Q Inner Chainring Bcd 110X5 Black, 36 Tooth

$78.00

Rotor Q Inner Ring Rotor Q-Rings work in unison with your body to ensure every muscle movement translates to forward momentum, and no energy gets wasted. Q-Rings take advantage of your maximum power effort by lessening the time spent in the dead spots of a pedal rotation. The subtle but efficient 10% ovality combined with an unprecedented orientation factor yield an improved pedal stroke marked by performance. Choose from 5 Optimum Chainring Positions (OCP) to ...

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Shimano Ultegra Fc-6703 Chainring 30T 92mm 10SPD Triple Inner Ring

$12.99 35% off $19.99 msrp

Shimano Ultegra 6703 Chainrings The Ultegra 6703 Chainrings are designed specifically for the Ultegra 6700 series cranksets. They have a 130mm BCD on the outer and middle ring. The small ring is 92mm. Replace those worn out or bent components and get pedaling on some fresh rings. Features: 5 Bolt Pattern Small ring: 92mm BCD Middle / Outer ring: 130mm Outer ring is specific to the 6700-series cranksets Color: Silver Material: Aluminum Teeth: 30T, 39T, ...

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Rotor Inner Q Chainring 110X4 Bcd 39T - Dura Ace 9100/Ultegra 8000

$55.00

Rotor Inner Q Chainring 110X4 BCDRotor Q-Rings vary drivetrain resistance during a pedal rotation to align with your leg's natural strength spots and weak spots to boost your overall efficiency. In doing so, Q rings wisely utilize the strongest muscle groups to increase positive work, while picking up the slack in the weaker zones to reduce the negative work, potentially increasing a competitive cyclist's performance by as much as 4 seconds per km in an ...