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Mountain Triple – 44/33/22

104/64 mm BCD – 4 Bolt Mountain Bike Crank
9 & 10 Speed


Chainring Bolts:  – Mountain Bike Standard Set


Option:  Small Ring Spacers – Req’d for XTR M970, M980

$ 136.50$ 138.50

Description

Mountain Bike Triple Chainrings:

Fast shifting mountain bike triple chainrings for 3×9 and 3×10 cranks. See the above chainring images, especially the back view, and look at the shift ramps.  Those lift ramps are massive, and they’re all around the gear!  That is the magic for dramatic improvements in shifting — for mountain biking, mountain racing, or just riding around.

Specifications:

BRIDGE Technology MTB Triple Chainring Set:

– 44/33/22T – Compatible with both 9 and 10 Speed (and most 11 Speed) Mountain Bikes.
– CNC 7075-T6
– MIL Type 3 True Hard Anodize
– Weight 129 g (Ring Set)

Compatibility:

– BCD 104/64mm , 4-bolt *Standard* Fits most MTB Cranks.
– XTR-M970, M980 (Select option when ordering)
– 9, 10 & 11 Speed

Best Shifting, Best Performing Mountain Bike Chainrings!

WickWerks rings are the best shifting and best performing Mountain Bike Triple Chainrings available, and they are compatible with both 9-speed and 10-speed MTB drivetrains from all the standard manufacturers like SRAM, Shimano, Race Face, FSA and other 104/64 BCD 4-bolt cranks.  These replace all the standard brands.

WickWerks rings are high-performance only — made for rock-solid shifting for whenever you’re riding. To accomplish that, they do require careful set-up with the bike and the front derailleur for best performance.  To get the most from your new rings, please check out our support site at WickWerks Support for details on maximizing shift performance.

Triple chainrings have been a staple on mountain bikes for a long time.  They’ve come in many size and tooth count variations over the years, but none with the shifting capability of these.  This is an updated version of our famous triple — now 9/10/11 speed compatible, with better shifting than ever.  Other updates include a middle ring tooth count increase to 33 teeth which provides better shifting and gives better dynamic range for riders that like riding primarily in the middle ring — especially for those riding 29’ers.

Speaking of 29’ers, at WickWerks, we’ve preserved the 22 tooth small ring.  We’ve found a lot of riders like that small ring as the climbing “bail-out” — especially with the larger 27.5″ and 29″ wheels.  We’ve got it, and we’re keeping it.  If you ride mountain bike triple chainrings, these are definitely the best replacement rings available.

Maximize Shift Performance

For setup tips and ways to achieve optimal shift performance, visit the Mechanics Corner. The mechanics pages also include equipment compatibility suggestions with tricks & helps for troubleshooting. Though these pages are written for WickWerks chainrings, much of the information applies to all chainrings, and suggestions given are applicable to being a better overall cyclist, no matter what you ride.

Icons-Warning Warning:   Riding WickWërks chainrings may cause elevated expectations of performance. Other chainrings may then seem inferior.

Shift Your Expectations !!