Bicycle Chainrings made specifically for Cyclocross. These are the WickWerks Cyclocross 46 /36 tooth chain rings made for ‘compact’ (110 BCD) cranks. WickWerks gives Maximum shift performance for all conditions – including those requiring durable materials and top craftsmanship.
BRIDGE Technology Cyclocross Chainring Set:
– 46/36 Teeth
– CNC 7075-T6
– MIL Type 3 True Hard Anodize
– Weight 129 g (Ring Set)
– See Crank Type tab above for visual confirmation of your crank.
– 110mm BCD, 5-bolt “Road Compact” Cranks (Standard)
– Most models and manufacturers (at 110/5 mounting)
– 2012+ SRAM Exogram Style, 110 BCD Cranks
– SRAM — Red 22, Force 22, Rival, etc Cranks w/ 110mm BCD, 5th bolt hidden.
– Sorry, Shimano 4-Arm versions are not yet available in 46/36. See 44/34.
– 9, 10 & 11 Speed Compatible
Cyclocross 46 /36t Performance Chainrings:
Call it Cyclocross or Cyclo-cross or just Cross, the fun of the sport (mud, dirt, ice, wet) is the dread of the drivetrain. But, we’ve got you covered right here with the WickWerks Shifting Advantages – These are high-performance chainrings that shift faster, shift more dependably, and shift even when conditions are nasty and rough.
Look at the ring images above. Look carefully at the back views. These show the “business” side of the ring with the famous radical ramps we call BRIDGE Shift Technology. This tech is far ahead of the more traditional pins used for shifting. These ramps are like big hands there to grab the chain, lift it, and shift when you are ready. Also notice there are lots of shift ramps around the ring so your bicycle will shift when you want it, even in slog of a tough or dirty cross race.
These chain rings are becoming a favorite in cyclecross because of their capability. See the Riders that use them. 2013 had many Champions on the podium who rode WickWerks rings to get there. These rings are well proven by some of the very best.
Rings are available for the standard compact 110mm BCD as well as the SRAM 22 Style 5-bolt cranks. They replace most of the standard brands (though not Shimano 4-Arm, yet). They work well with 9, 10 & 11 speed drivetrains. Check out the specs for tooth counts, then compare the Crank Type tab above, to get just the right rings for your bike.