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Praxis 52/36T SET 110 BCD
50/34, 50/36 Compact, and 52/36 Mid Compact matched gearing
Heat Treated and Hard Anodized 7075 T6 Aluminum
Black or Black2Tone(Matte w/shiny black area)
Work with Shimano 10/11, Campy 10/11, SRAM 10/11 drivetrains
Designed for traditional 5-arm 110BCD cranks
We highly suggest KMC, Shimano, or Campy chains
Not compatible with 4-arm Campy or 4-arm SRAM Exogram cranks
GREAT for use with Di2 or EPS systems
InfoCrank, Power2Max, SRM, and Quarq power meter compatible
Chainring Road Mid-Compact
SHIMANO Our rings work great with the new Shimano 10/11sp chain and drivetrains (Di2 included) when mounted to a traditional 5-arm mount 110 or 130 BCD Shimano crank. They also work great with traditional 5-arm mount aftermarket cranks such as THM, Rotor, Cannondale, Specialized, LOOK and FSA cranks *Our rings do not mount to the newer Shimano road asymmetrical 110BCD of the DA9000/UL6800.
SRAM Our rings work great with the SRAM 10sp and SRAM 22? 11sp chain drivetrains when mounted to a traditional 5-arm mount 110 or 130 BCD SRAM crank. They also work great with traditional 5-arm mount aftermarket cranks such as THM, Rotor, Cannondale, Specialized, LOOK and FSA cranks.
-EXOGRAM RED/FORCE/RIVAL CRANKS- Our rings are not made for the newer SRAM Exogram cranks as they are a custom 4-arm mounting with hidden 5th bolt.
-YAW FRONT DERAILEUR- Our rings shift great with the new SRAM Yaw front derailleur.
CAMPY Our rings work great with Campy 10/11sp chain and drivetrains (EPS included) when mounted on a traditional 5-arm mount 110 or 130 BCD crank such as a THM, Rotor, Cannondale, Specialized, LOOK, FSA crank. *Our rings do not mount to Campy cranks.
Cold Forged Manufactured Tooth profiles all Cold Forged
LevaTime® shifting technology
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In the past he had been an integral part of many of the most well known R&D teams in the industry – Member of the original Bontrager Cycles, Sr. Design engineer at Specialized, Director of Engineering at Santa Cruz Bicycles, and many other individual R&D ventures for well known industry projects.
It was simply time to branch out and focus on something that he had been working on for years: Drivetrain Components.