53/34 Ultra Wide Shimano

110 mm BCD – 4 Bolt – Road Cranks (Select Below)
10 & 11 & 12 Speed

Chainring Bolts:  – Road Set

$ 159.50$ 179.50



BRIDGE Technology Road Chainring Set:

– 53 tooth big ring, 34 tooth small ring, with amazing shifting between.
– CNC 7075-T6
– MIL Type 3 True Hard Anodize
– Weight per Set – (182g Shimano 4-bolt Ultegra/DuraAce)


Shimano 4-Arm Road CranksAvailable Now
Fits Shimano 110mm BCD, 4-Arm Road Cranks (Dura-Ace FC-9000 & Ultegra FC-6800; DA9100, DA9200, R8000, R7000, 5800 & 4700)      NOTE: Use the drop down menu to select the right set for your application.
– 10 & 11 & 12 Speed Compatible

Available For The Shimano 4-Arm Cranks

Shimano 4-Arm Cap Covers

This shift tech is now available for the newer Shimano 4-arm cranks.  They fit great on the cranks with regular road bolts/nuts (as shown in most of the images on this page), but if you want a more finished look, you can also get the bolt covers (by Shimano) as shown in this image to the right.  They cost around forty bucks, and you’ll have to order them from your local bike shop or online, but if you want the look, the covers are available.

This Ultra-Wide 53/34 combination is ideal for those that want the speed of a 53t and the climbing ability of a 34t, it’s the ultimate wide range combination that no other manufacturer produces., a 19t spread versus a 16t from the other manufacturers.

These rings, 53/34 Road combination, fit the newer Shimano 4-Arm Cranks (110mm BCD, road cranks) and are compatible with 10 & 11 & 12 speed chain options. Other mounting configurations are available.  Check out the specs of our many ring options, then get the right rings on your bike.  For setup and maximum performance tips, please visit our technical support site

            Shimano DA9000 crankset shown.


Crank Type

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Which Crank Type Do I Have?

Examine the images below, then expand the accordion bars to read about crank details. This will help you determine what crank you have, and which chainring option to purchase.

Please Note: Paint schemes and decoration will vary by manufacturer, by product level and by year of production — all you need to do is identify the shape and bolting configuration.

Wick Works Chainrings
Standard 5-Bolt Compact Crank
Shimano 4-Bolt Crank
SRAM Exogram Style Crank
SRAM 22 Style Removable Spider Crank