Well, a chainring is the round, spiky bit connected to your cranks that pulls the chain round. The size of a chainring (often expressed in terms of the amount of teeth on it, e.g. a 53t ring) plays a direct role in your bike’s gearing, with bigger rings meaning a higher (harder to push) gear and smaller rings a lower (easier to push) gear.
- 4 fours
- 45T, 47T, 53T, 56T, 58T
Please, make sure to measure your bicycle to ensure your new crankset will fit!