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“This is the part of technology that I love, when someone makes a component that is brilliantly designed, works as intended, and represents a significant improvement over existing products. WickWerks rings might be one of the best innovations gear shifting has seen in a long time.” – Michael Robson, Velo News
A detailed review of the WickWerks 2×10 conversion chainrings was written by Jen Hanks and posted on MtbRaceNews.com over the weekend. WickWerks has created chainrings and promoted a nifty system for converting a mountain bike triple to a 2×10 (double). Jen picked up on this idea and decided to try it out. This is the […]
A product review from the perspective of a Triathlete — one who likes the feel of fine equipment, relishes aesthetic appeal, but is also price conscience and wants great function. Christopher Morelock writes about his experience with WickWerks chainrings in his blog post on “The Triathlete’s Wit”.
A very detailed rings review and competitive comparison of WickWerks chainrings done by Greg Kopecky for Slowtwitch.com Greg goes into lots of detail – more than most – including installation, adjustment and chainring performance to carefully analyze, compare and contrast the WickWerks rings with competitive products in his review.
From Amanda Carey – Ultra Endurance Pro Mountain Bike Racer Amanda Carey has dominated the National Ultra Endurance (NUE) Series the last two years. She’s on track to take the title again. These are 100 mile races and she rides the WickWerks MTB 2×10 40/26 Rings on a Race Face Next crank. The 40t certainly […]
A ‘Cross Racer and Media Technical Reviewer from the Chicago area took a wack at the WickWerks 44/34t chainrings to see what they’d do. His article details are, as he says appealing to the “most geeky of bike geeks” as he goes into lots of detail about his bike set-up and challenges with associated components […]