Wolf Tooth Components’ Drop-Stop one-by chainrings are now available for Dura-Ace, Ultegra, 105, and Tiagra cranks with Shimano’s asymmetric 4x110mm bolt pattern.
Machined from hard-wearing 7075-T6 aluminum in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the chainrings take advantage of Wolf Tooth’s patent-pending Drop-Stop® tooth profile for chain retention and mud shedding.
The 38-44t even-sized chainrings are ideal for cyclocross, road, and gravel applications, bringing the advantages of quiet, lightweight, and secure single-ring drivetrains to Shimano cranksets. They are designed to be mounted in the outer chainring position and are offset for a 1x road-optimized 44mm chainline.
Wolf Tooth 110 BCD asymmetric 4-bolt chainrings in 38t, 40t, 42t available now in black for $78.95; 44t available Nov 13. Complimentary US-made, single-ring specific 6mm chainring bolt sets are also available in eight colors.Tweet Print
Most of the world’s roads are unpaved
The perception of road cycling as an asphalt-only discipline is a construct of recent history. Roads have been unpaved since roads began and cyclists have been riding them as long as bikes have existed. That’s why SRAM 1x (say: one by) drivetrainsfor road are so relevant. We invite you to ride with us in Richmond on September 20 or Gloucester on September 26 as the 700c world celebrates the autumn of one discipline and the revolution of another.
As a Bicycle Times email subscriber you are invited to join SRAM for a free, first come-first serve ride and experience the improved chain security, simpler sequential shifting and an all the gear range you could need with the SRAM 1x system. It means “road riding” is no longer constrained to just asphalt.
To attend just sign up for a ride and select a bike in your size. The password is OPENTHEROAD1x. Bring your pedals, kit and helmet and we’ll make fit adjustments on your bike. You’ll roll with SRAM and friends on a fully supported ride adventure and gather afterwards to share a meal, some stories and some time for us to listen to your feed back. All for free.
The definition of road is changing. Paved or gravel. Well-planned or uncharted journeys. SRAM and Bicycle Times are inviting you to ride the latest SRAM 1x™ gear (pronounced one-by) to have just such an adventure.
As a Bicycle Times email subscriber, you are invited to join SRAM for a free, first come — first served demo and ride on Saturday, July 18, in Beacon, New York.
You’ll roll with SRAM ambassadors and professional cyclocross racers Gabby and Jeremy Durrin on a fully supported ride adventure and gather afterwards to share a meal, some stories and your feedback.
Don’t miss this free opportunity to sample the latest SRAM components on some of the nicest bikes on the road. When you sign up, select a bike in your size and SRAM will have it ready for you. All you need to bring is your pedals, cycling kit and a helmet.
The demo ride will traverse 41 miles of scenic roads that are half paved and half gravel, and gain 3,350 feet of elevation. It’s the perfect way to experience the new SRAM 1x drivetrains.
It’s the perfect ride to challenge yourself and the day-to-day. So come out if you’re ready on Saturday, July 18 for a great time. Hurry! Space and bikes are limited. The password to register is Beacon1x. Please note, the password is CaSe sEnSiTiVe. Register now!Tweet Print