Keep yourself fighting on the roughest gravel or sloppiest cyclocross course with Easton's EC90SL Direct Mount Chainrings. They've refined the traditional narrow-wide design and given them a directional tooth profile for improved chain retention, and material has been shaved away for better mud shedding and a quieter operation when you're hammering at the extremes of your cassette. EA90 construction and a CINCH direct mount interface keep the weight low, as does the asymmetrical four-arm design that uses thinner arms in low-torque areas.
Compatible with CINCH direct mount interfaces like that found on Easton EC90SL cranks. 47 mm chainline. Claimed weights: 38T (80g), 40T (91g), 42T (98g), 44T (105g), 46T (112g), 48T (123g).
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Awesome chainrings for any type of cycling
Easton's Cinch system is a cinch to use. Change chainrings from double to single or multiple tooth configurations and do it with ease. Lightweight, strong, and they look cool too.
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