Absolute Black Race Face Oval Cinch Direct Mount Traction Chainring

Absolute Black Race Face Oval Cinch Direct Mount Traction Chainring
Absolute Black Race Face Oval Cinch Direct Mount Traction Chainring
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Race Face Oval Cinch Direct Mount Traction Chainring by Absolute Black
While we can't verify any particular company's claims of having the best oval shape to optimize pedal stroke, it's always good to have options, and the Absolute Black Race Face Oval Chainring has proven to be a top choice among riders. Claiming improved rear wheel traction as a result of more consistent power throughout the pedal stroke, Absolute Black manufactures each chainring size with its own patented oval profiles for smooth rotation. Made to pair with the Race Face CINCH system, this chainring mounts directly onto the crank and comes in a variety of colors to add some flair to your drivetrain.

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SKU: ABC0004
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