FSA BCD Chainrings

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MSRP : $35.00

Product Description

FSA Chainring 130mm BCD For Road Cranks. Designed for perfect, spot-on shifting. The FSA Pro series chainring is found standard on some of the finest bikes on the market. Ramped and pinned for precision performance.

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2014 36/52 bcd?

Does anyone know BCD? Do I have to use proprietary Campy chainrings? Or would TA, SRAM work?Read More »

Road crankset with 104 BCD 4-bolt spider?

I have a road bike, a Renovo Elwood, which is built up with a Gates belt and Alfine-11 hub. To get the gearing I want, I need to use a 4-bolt 104 BCD spider, but I would like a low Q-factor road crank. The 68 mm outboard bottom bracket takes a 24 mm spindle or SRAM GXP, and I want 175 mm arms in bla ... Read More »

Gear hunt: 130 bcd single speed chainrings

Long story short I run a single ring setup for my tt rig and need a new ring. Currently I have a single speed ring, 130 bcd, [I]non-ramped/pinned[/I] for use with 10 speed chains. Anyone know of a make out there to replace my stock with a bit larger...say 52-53t non-ramped/pinned? ThanksRead More »

Anything really wrong with using a 130 BCD crank on a track bike?

I started racing this summer and just got the nod to move up to Cat. 4. I'm on a mid-2000s Raleigh Rush Hour, mostly stock. The crank has a 130mm BCD. I'm thinking about getting some more chain rings, depending on how things go with a probably faster group next week. My instinct is that ther ... Read More »

42T - 110 BCD chainring recommendations?

I want to run 34/42 gears, so i have decided to ditch my standard 130 BCD Shimano cranks and get the the FSA Gossamer Compact MegaExo 50/34 Crankset (similar to this:) [url]http://www.pricepoint.com/detail/22741-100_FSACM1-3-Parts-56-Cranks/Bolts/FSA-Gossamer-Compact-MegaExo-50_34-Crankset.htm[/url ... Read More »

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