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Rotor
Q-Rings 110x5 BCD - Inner

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The Q-Rings from Rotor feature an oval shape to reduce dead space in riders' pedal stroke, which in turn, enhances power transmission. They're light and strong, machine CNC'd from aeronautic-grade 7055 aluminum.

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Works great needed a little bigger than the 34 I had on.
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by gmbikes
Cycling Enthusiast
Fresno CA

I use this for climbing. I'm more of a power rider and not so much a spinner so the 36 works better for me than the 34

Reviewed 10/12/2018
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i'm a Q ring believer
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by menace
Richmond, VA

i am a terrible climber, embarassingly bad. i doubt if i generate enough watts to light up a 30 watt bulb. even with a 5034 sram setup, i had trouble getting up the climbs. realizing that you don't get up steep grades with spinning and high cadence, i just could not grind it out. i did some research and came up with rotor's Q rings. i had shimano's biopace back in the day, but it did not work. what did i have to lose? i couldn't get any worse climbing. i put Q rings and hoped for the best. everyone i rode with noticed a change in my riding. i was not bring up the rear any more and i manhandled the climb that had humbled the year before. members of the team converted as well. Q-rings for the right rider can be a game changer. i had trouble riding the big ring before, but not with a Q ring. good luck. it's worth a shot.

Reviewed 12/24/2018
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if you need Q rings to climb..........and use a big Q, then you will want the inner ring
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by menace
Cycling Enthusiast
Richmond, VA

let's face it, as a bad climber, i have to scratch and claw in the small ring up a steep grade. when i get tired, it gets much worse. the inner ring is noticably not round, but gets the job done is getting up steeper grades. with it, i can get up there, it ain't pretty, but it beats walking your bike up the climb while covering your face and race number!

Reviewed 12/24/2018
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