Rotor QX1 Chainring

Rotor QX1 Chainring
Rotor QX1 Chainring
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QX1 Chainring by Rotor
Oval chainrings aren't exactly popular, but you can see the appeal. Designed to prolong your "power zone" and reduce deadspots, rings like the Rotor QX1 might look a little strange, but they work. Rotor designed the QX1 to run with SRAM, Specialized, and Rotor one-by drivetrains, and gave it multiple mounting holes so you can adjust the orientation of the ring to suit your style. The thick-and-thin tooth profile locks the chain on to prevent drops, and the aluminum construction is lightweight but bomber, so you can ride it for years.

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SKU: RTR000K
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