Rotor Race Face Cinch Direct Mount Q-Ring

Rotor Race Face Cinch Direct Mount Q-Ring
Rotor Race Face Cinch Direct Mount Q-Ring
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Race Face Cinch Direct Mount Q-Ring by Rotor
You run Race Face's Cinch direct-mount interface because it's one of the simplest, stiffest, and lightest crank-to-chainring interfaces available, and now you can make it ovalized with Rotor's Rotor Race Face Cinch Direct Mount Q-Ring. On-trail, the oval takes your favorite crank system to its efficient extreme by minimizing dead spots to eek every watt out of each pedal stroke. This translates to better acceleration, smoother torque, and improved grip through turns and berms. Additionally, the alternating thick and thin tooth profile keeps your chain from dropping -- even in the roughest conditions.

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SKU: RTR001M
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