Race Face Single Ring Chainring

3/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $37.99

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Product Description

Race Face Single Chainring Race Face’s new Single ring - burly enough for DH Racers and Dirt Jumpers, yet light enough for XC/singlespeed. Designed and machined inTheir Vancouver, BC facility,Tested onThe North Shore and inThe Whistler Bike Park. Stiff. 4mm plateThickness and ‘I-beam’ construction makesThis ring stifferThan current 3mm rings Light: 7075 AL 36T ring weighs in at a svelte 40 grams Performance: Made from aerospace quality 7075 aluminum Reversible laser etc

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by hokeypokey a Cross Country Rider

Date Reviewed: April 17, 2013

Strengths:    Inexpensive, look cool, light, standard, work well

Weaknesses:    Mmmm... none I can think of. No purple?

Bottom Line:   
If you need a single ring, this is a good choice. Mine works great on my 1x10 and on my SS. I haven't dropped the chain on either and I'm not running guides.

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Favorite Trail:   Hole in Ground

Duration Product Used:   2 months

Price Paid:    $31.00

Purchased At:   Amazon

Similar Products Used:   Surly single which folded on the first ride.

Bike Setup:   Highball Xt 1x10. Niner One 9 - 1x1.

Overall Rating:1
Value Rating:1
Submitted by David Farrell a Cross Country Rider

Date Reviewed: April 18, 2012

Strengths:    NONE! This ring lasted on my bike two weeks before it warped.

Weaknesses:    Flimsy, cheaply machined. I'm not sure who spec'ed this design out for mountain biking but they definitely cut some corners on the materials of this product.

Bottom Line:   
Raceface has had some troubles financially this year and I hope this design isn't a prelude to their future qua;ity of their products. My recommendation is to stick with the Evolve or Turbine rings which still have some decent strength to them.

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Favorite Trail:   Kingdom Trails VT

Price Paid:    $2900.00

Purchased At:   Colorado Cyclist

Similar Products Used:   Evolve, Cadence and Turbine rings

Bike Setup:   Niner EMD - Hope Wheels - Fox Fork -Sram XO

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Non spanner single-ring chainring nuts?

I'm trying to rid my crankset of the bashguard that came on it and will sensibly need new, narrower chainring fasteners. Specifically, I'm looking for the nut side that is held by a hex, rather than spanner. I know many will be tempted to mock me for my inability to make a chainring bolt spanner wr ... Read More »

907 190mm - Will Fatback/FSA 170mm Crank work with single ring 1x10 setup?

I have the opportunity to pickup an older Fatback/FSA crankset for my 907 build (190mm) for under $100 with a newish RaceFace Narrow Wide 30T ring. This is basically the setup I was going for anyways (RF single chainring) but I want to make sure this is going to work on my frame. I will never be put ... Read More »

Single pivots and front ring size

Trying to dial in a 1x setup on my Superlight and I recall seeing something about them having issues due to their design when using the wrong size front ring (i.e. too big/too little) with a single ring setup. Anyone have experience with what tooth range is ideal? Thanks in advance.Read More »

Bash-less? single ring

So all you single-ring guys, with no bashguards..... Will the chain & ring get damaged if you hit a rock? I've been running a bash up front for quite some time, the thoughts of switching to a single ring with no bash kind of scare me esp when the wide narrow rings are like $65+..... anyone ... Read More »

Deus vs Slx Cranks with race face single wide/thin ring

Hi, I have searched google and MTBR and there is some talk about comparing the deus to older xt cranks, but I read somewhere that the new slx are very close to xt cranks when the rings are taken off. pictures uploaded are the exact models of the parts I'm talking about. I will be using the race fac ... Read More »

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