44/34 Standard 5-Bolt Compact

110 mm BCD – 5 Bolt – Road/CX Cranks (Select Below)
10 & 11 & 12 Speed


Chainring Bolts: – Sets – Road/CX
Similar Product:  – Cyclocross 46/36


$ 148.50

In stock

Description

138.50Chainrings made for ‘Cross and Gravel.  Made to perform.  Made for awesome shift performance in all conditions.  These are the famous WickWerks Cyclocross 44/34T Chainrings — Now available for several mounting configurations.  See the Crank Type tab above to select correct chainrings for your bike.  If you don’t know for sure, send a photo and we’ll help.

General Specifications:

BRIDGE Technology Cyclocross & Gravel & Road 44/34 Chainring Set:

– 44/34 Teeth
– CNC 7075-T6
– MIL Type 3 True Hard Anodize
– Weight 111g – 125g (Ring Set) depending on the crank they mount to.

Compatibility:

                  NOTE: Use the drop down menu to select the right set for your application.

– 110mm BCD, 4 or 5-Bolt versions of various cranks.
– Most models and manufacturers (see Crank Type tab above for specifics).
– Standard 110 mm BCD ‘Compact’ Cranks.
– 10 & 11 & 12 Speed Compatible

Cyclocross & Gravel & Road 44/34t Performance Chainrings:

Either way you spell it, Cyclocross or Cyclo-cross as well as Gravel and even road, the fun of the sport is the dread of the drive train.  No worries, though.  You’ve just found the WickWerks shifting advantage in the form of high-performance chainrings made to shift faster, shift dependably, and shift better even when conditions get crazy.

Perfect for those that don’t want to push a bigger ring and want to keep a steady rhythm and cadence.

Check out the chainring images above, especially the back view to see the radical chain ramps.  (We call it BRIDGE Technology.)  These are miles ahead of the typical shift pins used by others.  These are massive ramps, like big hands held out to grab the chain and shift it NOW.  And notice, there are lots of them — shifting ramps made so your bicycle will shift when you ask it, even in slog of a tough cyclocross race.

To read more about the shifting technology, check out the article “WickWërks Shifting Explained”.  These chainrings are becoming a favorite in the cyclocross circles because of their capability and their reliability.  To maximize performance, visit our technical support site

Step up your game with WickWërks Cyclocross 44/34t Chainrings.

Crank Types

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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