Review Submitted by Patrick OConnell via WickWerks.com
July 2, 2014
I sat on the fence for a long time before deciding to pull the trigger on these rings. I read about them, thought about them, talked about them, but couldn’t quite believe that they would make that much difference in my shifting. They do. If you’re a cyclocross racer and you’re thinking about adding these rings, just buy them already. The quality of the rings is first-rate and the customer service is the best. Eldon and Chris jumped through a few hoops for me, and made sure I got exactly what I needed, which turned out to be different than what I thought I needed. You won’t regret doing business with these guys.
Submitted by Mbiz via WickWerks.com
April 26, 2014
Finally had a chance to get out and test my new WickWerks front chainrings. I upgraded to the 52/36 rings for two reasons 1) to increase the size and 2) to get a better front shift. All last season I struggled with sloppy front shifts no matter how many times I adjusted the front derailleur. The WickWerks chainrings feel great, look great and shift faster than anything I’ve ridden.
Can’t wait t pile up the miles on these innovative components. Thanks WickWerks.
“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
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