Cyclocross and Gravel chainrings made for Shimano 4-bolt road cranks in a 42/34 tooth combination with BRIDGE Shift Technology. These are the same tooth count and shifting configuration made famous by Katie Compton in the 2013-2014 World Cup domination — now configured to fit the newer Shimano 4-bolt road cranks.
Specifications: Note: These are now all black
BRIDGE Technology Cyclocross & Gravel Chainring Set:
– 42/34 Teeth
– CNC 7075-T6
– MIL Type 3 True Hard Anodize
– Weight 113g (Ring Set)
– Fit for Shimano 110mm BCD, 4-Arm Road Cranks (see image below)
– Note the 4-bolt non-symetric mounting
– 10 & 11 Speed Compatible
– Fits Dura-Ace, Ultegra, 105 and others with this bolt pattern.
Cyclocross and Gravel chainrings with BRIDGE technology – made specifically for the demands of ‘Cross.
42t Cyclocross & Gravel Chainrings:
The 42/34 tooth chainring combination by WickWerks was made famous by Katie Compton as she dominated the Cyclocross World Cup in the 2013-2014 season. Her choice to go smaller rather than bigger bucked traditional wisdom but propelled her to many race wins and the overall Cup! This 42/34 tooth combination is now available for everyone — and this specific set — is made to fit the newer Shimano 4-bolt road cranks.
These are high-performance chainrings made with BRIDGE technology to shift faster, shift more dependably, to give you the race and shift advantage.
Check out the chainring images above and note the back view with aggressive chain ramps. (We call it BRIDGE Technology, and it changes the game.) This is the best shifting currently available — miles ahead of shift pins.
WickWerks BRIDGE shift technology is a favorite in cyclocross racing circles because of the shift advantage. Now it’s available here in a 42/34t Cyclocross combination made for the newer Shimano 4-bolt road & CX cranks.
This ring combination is designed to fit the Shimano 4-Bolt Crank, 110mm BCD, road cranks, and are compatible with 10 & 11 speed chain options. Though the rings work great on the crank alone, if you want the finished look, you can (purchase separately) the special cap covers that Shimano makes for this Crank (shown in the image at right). Be warned, they are expensive, but if you want them, they are available.
Other sizes, like the 44/34 combination are also available for the Shimano 4-Bolt cranks — as well as other mounting configurations are also available. Check out the specs above and get the right rings on your bike. For setup and maximum performance tips, please visit ourtechnical support site