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  • Rotor - Road Inner Q-Ring - Black
  • Rotor - Road Inner Q-Ring - Black
  • Rotor - Road Inner Q-Ring - Black
  • Rotor - Road Inner Q-Ring - Black
  • Rotor - Road Inner Q-Ring - Black
  • Rotor - Road Inner Q-Ring - Black

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  • Rotor - Road Inner Q-Ring - Black
  • Rotor - Road Inner Q-Ring - Black
  • Rotor - Road Inner Q-Ring - Black
  • Rotor - Road Inner Q-Ring - Black
  • Rotor - Road Inner Q-Ring - Black
  • Rotor - Road Inner Q-Ring - Black

Rotor Road Inner Q-Ring

$78.00 - $110.00

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    • Black, 34T/110BCD
      $78.00
    • Black, 36T/110BCD
      $78.00
    • Black, 42T/110BCD
      $78.00
    • Black, 38T/110BCD
      $78.00
    • Black, 39T/110BCD
      $78.00
    • Black, 46T/130BCD
      $110.00
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    Details

    Smooth your stroke through dead spots

    It’s time to develop a more efficient pedal stroke with the Rotor Road Inner Q-Ring. Not only does the Q-Ring’s unique oval-shape smooth your pedal stroke to maximize your power potential, its redesigned pins and ramps now provide faster shifting. Optimum Chainring Positioning offers a range of mounting positions to ensure that every rider can achieve leverage and torque transmission with the Q-Ring.

    • Anodized CNC machined 7075 aluminum
    • Unique oval-shape
    • Redesigned pins and ramps
    • Optimum Chainring Positioning
    • Compatible with Rotor cranksets and powermeters
    • Item #RTR0015

    Tech Specs

    Material
    7075 T6 aluminum
    Bolt Circle Diameter
    [34, 36, 38t] 110mm
    Connection
    5 bolt
    Compatible Components
    Rotor cranksets and powermeters
    Recommended Use
    cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited

    Tech Specs

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    Might not be a boost in your power

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I spent the last six weeks doing blind power testing on Q-rings, Osymmetrics and circular chainrings. There wasn't a significant difference between the circular and the q-rings. So if you are trying to increase your power, I would just hit the trainer harder. Also you are likely to experience problems shifting with these rings