Rotor Round Road Spider Mount Chainring

Rotor Round Road Spider Mount Chainring
Rotor Round Road Spider Mount Chainring
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Round Road Spider Mount Chainring by Rotor
Oval chainrings have a dedicated following, but--kinda like licorice-flavored anything--they aren't for everyone. Rotor made its name with ovalized rings, but the Round Road Inner Chainring is, well, round, so traditional riders can enjoy Rotor's durability without having to leave circularity behind. The Round Road is made from burly 7075 T6 aluminum, comes in three sizes, and has different bolt circle diameters depending on size.

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SKU: RTR0012
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