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XCg Bash Guard

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review

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XCg Chain Guide

Your bike is an investment, down to the smallest component. Protect your chainring—which wasn't cheap—with the MRP XCg Chain Guide. This guide features an integrated skid which slides over rocks and other obstacles and takes the abuse of the trail instead of passing it on to harder-to-replace components. Speaking of replacement, the nylon skid is inexpensive and easy to replace, so you can keep riding hard and pushing your limits.


  • Chain guide withstands trail abuse
  • Protects your chainring from impact and abrasion
  • Integrated skid slides over obstacles
  • Sits out of the way behind your crankset
  • Nylon skid is user-replaceable
  • Item #MRP001B
Mount Type
ISCG-05, 2-Bolt
Chainring Sizes
32t, 36t
Recommended Use
mountain bike

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5 out of 5 stars

September 4, 2020

Best investment for a new bike

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Now I understand not every bike or rider requires this but if you ride steep chunky technical terrain this is the first upgrade you should do to your bike, in my opinion. I put this on my Giant Trance 3 29er which has a 30T Set up but I found the 32T to give great coverage. The skid plate it durable and most importantly, you may not need to take off your crank to get this on. It utilizes the bottom 2 bolts only so I was able to get the bolt holes lined up through the holes in my crank to fasten it. I was also surprised by how light the design is yet solid. Well made!

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