Optimum Chainring Position Tech With 12.5% Ovality
Rotor's Aldhu Q Spidering Oval Direct Mount Chainring Set features patent-pending, proprietary technology that allows the oval Direct Mount to be adjusted in 1-degree increments for optimized pedaling biomechanics. 12.5% ovality heightens the performance advantages of oval chainrings. Rotor claims that no other oval chainring on the market offers the adjustment options plus unique ovality.
Rotor INpower DM
Rotor 2INpower DM
A Fully Customizable Crankset Approach
Here's how Rotor's new cranksets work — everything is modular. You choose the arms, the spindle, and the chainring. And whether you want a power meter-equipped spider, spindle, crankarm, or none of that. You can even choose between round and oval chainrings. Then piece it all together to create the exact system that suits your specific needs.
CNC-machined 7075 aluminum
Direct mount 2x set features the most biomechanical adjustability on the market
Compatible with 11 and 12-speed drivetrains
Available in round and oval ring options
Available in 50/34t, 52/36t, 53/39t
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Better than old design
Ive used previous version of Rotor Q Rings with a separate spider. I recently upgraded to Rotor 2in Power meter. I had no choice and had to buy the new Q Rings with direct mount. This is much simpler design and attaches to crankset much easier, as compared to the old spider version. I also like the bigger oval (12.5%).
The new setup looks and works great.
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