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Praxis 53/39T SET 110 BCD
52/39 or 53/39 matched gearing in Clover or Classic shape
Heat Treated and Hard Anodized 7075 T6 Aluminum
Black or Black2Tone (see pic Matte w/shiny black area)
Work with Shimano 10/11, Campy 10/11, SRAM 10/11 drivetrains
Designed for traditional 5-arm 130BCD 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 compatibleChainring Road Standard
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 brand new DuraAce or Ultegra 4-arm asymmetrical BCD crank.
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 brand new SRAM Exogram cranks as they are a custom 4-arm mounting.
-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.