The all new Turbine 11 Speed rings are ready to ride. Completely redesigned from the ground up, these rings shift like nothing else. The Turbine rings are machined from 7075 aluminum, so they are built to last. Rings are CNC'd from 7075 alloy, creating a ring with instantaneous smooth and quiet shifting, even under load. These 2x rings are super stiff at a minimal weight, resulting in a ring that demonstrates sharp and quick shifts while being highly resistant to impacts.
$44.99 - $68.99
RaceFace Narrow Wide Chainrings feature tooth profiling for chain retention and a blend of weight and durability suitable for XC, DH, and everything in-between. - 7075-T6 aluminum, aerospace grade strength - Compatible with 9, 10, 11 and 12 speed - Stiff 4mm plate thickness and I-beam construction transfer loads without flexing - Reversible laser etched graphics - Non-threaded bolt holes
Race Face Light Bash Guard Chainring Guards - Machined from AL-7075 - Compatible with all current and older Race Face cranks - Designed to protect your middle and inner chainring from impacts - Manufactured from bombproof, heat treated aluminum - CNC profiling gives a 25% weight savings over 'cookie cutter' bash rings - 4 bolt (104 BCD) configurations to cover rings from 32T through 40T
Race Face Narrow-Wide Single Chainrings for 9-11 speed drivetrains. - 7075-T6 aluminum, aerospace grade strength. - Compatible with 9, 10, and 11 speed - Narrow Wide tooth profiling ensures ultimate chain retention - Stiff 4mm plate thickness and I-beam construction transfer loads without flexing - Reversible laser etched graphics - 36t = 50g - 30t Narrow-Wide single rings are threaded with a standard M8 x 0.75 chainring bolt thread
Narrow wide chainrings compatible with Race Face CINCH system cranks. Direct mounting allows an easy switch between rings and spiders. - Compatible with 9, 10, 11, and 12 speed - Narrow Wide tooth profiling ensures consistent chain retention - Lockring installed/removed with ISIS BB tool - Stiff 4mm plate thickness to transfer loads without flexing
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