ONEUP YOUR CLIMBING PERFORMANCE AND CLEAN MORE CLIMBS WITH OUR OVAL CHAINRINGS.
Our Oval design has 3 main benefits; traction, traction and more traction. Forget any of the power gain claims that you've heard from the road side of the sport. For mountain, oval rings provide a more constant torque to the rear wheel thereby reducing spinouts and stalls on tough climbs.
- Get ultimate traction by smoothing out the torque you deliver to your rear tire
- 12% ovality (32T is equal to a 30T-34T range)
- 115° clocking from crank arm puts the major axis in your power stroke
Subtly slotted bolt holes allow for a perfect fit with both 94 and 96 BCD symmetrical crank arms.
- Narrow Wide tooth profile eliminates chain drop with the perfect chain mesh fit.
Perfect 49mm chainline with 2mm Shims included for a quieter drivetrain, improved chainring wear and best no drop performance.
- Reuse your existing 8-10mm long ring hardware. No new bolt packs required.
- Aggressive crud chamfers for awesome mud shedding performance and extended ring life.
- Reinforced wide tooth design provides maximum ring durability when run without a bash guard.
- Made from hard wearing 7075-T6 aluminum plate.
*Shims - Included with rings. For 2x crank conversions; shims between the crank and ring get you back to an ideal 49-50mm chainline. For 3x crank conversions; shims under the bolt heads allow reuse of your 3x hardware.
Material: 7075-T6 Aluminum
Weight: 42g (30T), 50g (32T)
Compatibility: 9, 10, 11 and 12 Speed SRAM Chains (not compatible with 12 Speed XTR Chains)
All symmetrical 4 arm 94 mm BCD cranks (SRAM XO1, X1, GX), all symmetrical 4 arm 96 mm BCD cranks (Shimano compact triple M782, M672, M622, M612) * note 30T is only compatible with 94 mm SRAM BCD cranks.
SRAM chainrings usually have the BCD laser etched on the back of the ring
If your Shimano 3x crank has a 30T middle ring this is the 1x ring you need. Shimano crank part numbers are usually laser etched on the pedal end of the crank on the back face.
Installation: Align the small bump (small hole on direct mount rings) on the inner edge of the ring with your crank arm