Rotor Outer Aero Q-Ring

Rotor Outer Aero Q-Ring
Rotor Outer Aero Q-Ring
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Outer Aero Q-Ring by Rotor
No matter how smooth your pedal stroke, your power delivery will be peaky. The transfer of power from your legs to the circular chainring means that some parts of the pedal stroke deliver more power than others. The reason you notice Rotor Outer Aero Q-Rings popping up on so many of the top pros' bikes is that the oblong shape counters this uneven power transfer to keep things smoother at the cranks. It also means less exertion to achieve the same speed and a reduction of the 'dead spot' that you notice in each stroke.

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SKU: RTR000W
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