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Race Face
110mm Narrow Wide Chainring

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A ringing in your gears.

Use the Race Face Narrow Wide Chainring in conjunction with a clutched rear derailleur for a lightweight, quiet, and high-clearance drivetrain. The narrow-wide technology (alternating wide and narrow chainring teeth) prevents dropped chains, eliminating the need for a chain keeper in many cases. 4 mm thick 7075 aluminum makes these strong enough for the rigors of the mountain but light enough for your race bike.

5 bolt, 110 BCD. Claimed weight is 76 g (42T)

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Works great for my 1x9 commutercross bike
by runningisfree
Cycling Enthusiast
Wayne, PA

So far this has been the best option for getting rid of my front derailleur. I haven't had to add a chain catcher yet.

Reviewed 7/20/2017
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Great for 1x9 conversion
by runningisfree
Cycling Enthusiast
Wayne, PA

I have a Masi CX bike that I use for commuting and when I go to areas where the roads are gravel half the time. I wanted to get rid of the front derailer since I just didn't need the gearing options it was providing. The Race Face narrow wide chainring was the easiest option and through a steady several months of use, has never dropped the chain. I am very happy with the purchase

Reviewed 10/2/2014
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Perfect Option for Cyclocross!
by D$
Competitive Racer
Portland, OR
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I was having some issues with front shifting during cross races, and realized a single front ring that splits the difference between two large and small rings could be the ticket. I shortened my chain half a link, threw this badboy on, and haven't dropped my chain since. This ring combined with a 10 or 11 speed rear setup works amazingly well for cross, never skipping a beat (or a tooth for that matter). A slick looking and pretty affordable way to lighten up your cross bike and simplify your setup without needing to add chain guides, clutch derailleurs, etc.

Reviewed 9/10/2014
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