High Performance 130 BCD – CX & Gravel & Road Chainrings
– Now available for the 130 BCD SRAM – Red Exogram, Red 22, and Force 22.
By customer request, we’ve expanded our proven Cyclocross shift technology to include the 2012+ 130 BCD SRAM Red Exogram, Red 22, and now Force 22 – Road Cranks with this special 46/38T chainring set.
Perfect for those that don’t want to push a bigger ring and want to keep a steady rhythm and cadence.
BRIDGE Technology Cyclocross & Gravel Chainring Set:
– 46/38 Teeth
– CNC 7075-T6
– MIL Type 3 True Hard Anodize
– Weight 138 g (Ring Set)
– 2 Chainring Set
– 2012+ SRAM Red Exogram, Red 22 & Force 22 Road Compact Cranks.
(130mm BCD, 5-bolt (5th bolt hidden), 10 & 11 Speed)
Mountings bolts/nuts are available on our chainring-accessories-fasteners page.
Order the Correct SRAM RED and SRAM Force Compatible Chainrings:
WickWerks makes chainrings for BOTH SRAM RED Crank styles(and BOTH SRAM Force Crank styles). Examine the pictures below to know which crank you have, then follow directions below each picture to get the right rings.
Two Styles of SRAM RED Cranks:
The LEFT picture is a typical SRAM RED Crank before 2012. This shape is typical of most road and ‘cross cranks — available in 110mm BCD as well as 130mm BCD.
Look at your crank. If you see all 5 bolts as shown in the picture on the LEFT, you will need our standard CX 46/38 chainrings (here) for proper fit.
The picture on the RIGHT shows the newer RED EXOGRAM and Red 22 Cranks – available in 110mm BCD (shown) and 130mm BCD.
Look at your crank. If you see 4 bolts as in the picture on the RIGHT (5th bolt is attached into the back of the crank arm), this is the right place. Select the “SRAM Red” Crank Style (near top of page), then “Add to Cart” to place your order.
Note: Crank graphics will change from year to year. The cranks pictured above are for reference with respect to bolting configurations. The important things are First, the hidden bolt; and Second, the BCD (Bolt Circle Diameter).
(BCD or Bolt Circle Diameter is the circular spacing of the chainring bolts. Both pictures above show 110mm BCD (or “Road Compact”) cranks. 130mm BCD is also common. Measuring the bolt circle of a 5 bolt crank can be tedious, but it should also be written on the crank or on the existing chainrings. Check the size before ordering new chainrings.)
Two Styles of SRAM Force & Force 22 Cranks:
Similar to the pictures above, the LEFT is a typical SRAM Force Crank before 2013. If your crank has all 5 bolts visible as shown on the LEFT, you will need our standard CX 46/38 chainrings (here) for proper fit.
Like the Red above, the RIGHT image is the newer Force 22. If your crank has a bolt configuration like show in the picture on the RIGHT (with the 5th bolt behind the crank arm), this is the right place. Select the “SRAM Force 22” Crank Style (near top of page), then “Add to Cart” to place your order.
Note: There is an easy method for mounting WickWerks chainrings on the SRAM Force 22 cranks. Please see these special Force 22 mounting instructions.
CX Rings for 2012+ SRAM Red Exogram, Red 22 and Force 22:
The 2012+ SRAM RED cranks are a great choice for CX Racing. The RED is light and stiff — better than the previous generations (and it has the cool, lightweight bolt pattern). Join it with fast shifting and race proven WickWerks CX chainrings for amazing performance.
The Force 22 takes some of these same cues, in a little less expensive form. This is also a very nice crank that we should see lots of on the ‘cross courses.
These WickWerks chainrings are designed to fit the 130 BCD size SRAM hidden bolt cranks. They are compatible with the Red Exogram, Red 22 and Force 22, with superior shifting. Specify Red or Force when ordering so we can send you the correct ring treatment and mounting hardware.
Examine the chainring pictures at the top of the page – especially the BACK and SIDE views to see the radical chain ramps that we call BRIDGE Technology. This is the business side of the ring where the shift happens. It’s race proven technology used all over the world — from local competition to winning the Cyclocross World Cup!
Maximum shift performance for all conditions — including those requiring durable materials and top craftsmanship.