ROTOR MAKES Q RINGS FOR SRAM AXS AND SHIMANO GRX

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ROTOR makes Q RINGS compatible with AXS and GRX

In a move to match pace with evolving trends in drivetrain components, ROTOR Bike Components has expanded its range of chainrings to be even more compatible with SRAM AXS and Shimano GRX.
New Q RINGS combinations for Shimano GRX, and a new 50/37 for SRAM RED and Force eTap AXS give users 12.5 percent ovality for taking on the tough terrain that’s currently attracting cyclists. ROTOR has also honored individual preferences with an AXS-compatible 50/37 round chainring as well.

 

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“Gravel riding has evolved in a short time with new demands for gearing because riders have become more daring with their route choices”, said Julio Madrigal, Product Manager for ROTOR. “At the same time road gearing has also been reimagined. We’ve chosen to add to our existing range of chainrings for both SRAM and Shimano to meet these new demands and concepts”.

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Q RINGS for SHIMANO GRX

Shimano took an early lead in the gravel category when it introduced its dedicated GRX groupset for gravel. Not one to follow, ROTOR quickly caught up with compatible 48/31 and 46/30 Q RINGS combinations with BCD 110/80×4 for GRX.

GRX Technical specifications

Chainring combinations: 48/31 | 46/30
Chainring type: Q RINGS
Ovality: 12.5%
Chainline: 46.9 mm
Weight: 149.5 g (48/31), 123 g (46/30)
BCD: 110×4 (outer) 80×4 (inner)

Compatibility

Shimano GRX (FC-RX810-2)
Groupsets: Shimano GRX 11s
Chains: Shimano 11s, KMC 11s

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Q RINGS for SRAM AXS

Q RINGS options have never been better because drivetrain innovations have never been more diverse. When SRAM upended standard chainring sizes with its RED eTap AXS 12-speed groupset, ROTOR pivoted quickly on the concept and created compatible Q RINGS. 50/37 and 48/35 Q RINGS combinations with either BCD 110×4 or BCD 107×4 are new standards for SRAM loyalists who want nonstandard chainrings.

 

AXS Technical specifications BCD110x4

Chainring combinations: 50/37 | 48/35
Chainring type: Q RINGS
Ovality: 12.5%
Chainline: 43.5 mm (Standard axle), 46 mm (Offset axle)
Weight: 155.5 g (50/37), 140 g (48/35)
BCD: 110×4

Compatibility

All ROTOR cranks using Spider BCD110x4 or INspider power meter
Groupsets: SRAM RED eTAP AXS 12s, SRAM Force eTAP AXS 12s
Chains: SRAM RED eTAP AXS 12s, SRAM Force eTAP AXS 12s

AXS Technical specifications BCD107x4

Chainring combinations: 50/37 | 48/35
Chainring type: Q RINGS
Ovality: 12.5%
Chainline: 43.5 mm (Standard axle), 46 mm (Offset axle)
Weight: 161 g (50/37), 144 g (48/35)
BCD: 107×4

Compatibility

SRAM RED eTAP AXS BCD107x4, SRAM Force eTAP AXS BCD107x4, SRAM AXS Power Meter BCD107x4
Groupsets: SRAM RED eTAP AXS 12s, SRAM Force eTAP AXS 12s
Chains: SRAM RED eTAP AXS 12s, SRAM Force eTAP AXS 12s

Round rings For SRAM AXS

Once SRAM shattered assumptions of what road gearing is (or was), ROTOR reacted with chainrings designed for the new gear range. SRAM RED and Force eTap AXS users already have a 48/35 round chainring option, now they have 50/37 as well. As long as drivetrain components keep evolving, ROTOR will continue to make sure that every user has the option to ride with chainrings oriented around his or her pedaling preference, whether it be oval or round.

AXS Technical specifications Round

Chainring combinations: 50/37 | 48/35
Chainring type: Round
Chainline: 45 mm
Weight: 162.5 g (50/37), 142 g (48/35)
BCD: 110×4

Compatibility

All ROTOR cranks using Spider BCD110x4 or INspider power meter
Groupsets: SRAM RED eTAP AXS 12s, SRAM Force eTAP AXS 12s
Chains: SRAM RED eTAP AXS 12s, SRAM Force eTAP AXS 12s

Availability

Most available now
Delayed:
Shimano 48/31 Q RINGS BCD110/80×4 GRX compatible
SRAM 50/37 ROUND RINGS BCD110x4 AXS compatible

For more info head to www.rotoramerica.com

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