Chain Ring / Bash Ring

Wolf Tooth Chain Ring
Wolf Tooth chainrings are machined from 7075-T651 billet aluminum on precision CNC equipment and anodized black. Our tooth profile requires much more machining time and tighter tolerances than a standard chainring but the results are worth it. Say goodbye to bent and misaligned chain-guides and say hello to easy drivetrain setup and maintenance. Best of all, you are not locked into just one drivetrain brand or a specific crankset — we make chainrings to fit almost everything.

All Wolf Tooth Components products are proudly made in the USA.

2013 Straitline Race Ring
Hard anodized for extreme wear resistance in harsh environments. For the ultimate performance, use with the Straitline Silent Guide.

2013 Straitline Bash Ring – Serrated
Bash rings are a useful item on trails that have obstacles, big or small. They take the place of a big chainring that would get hung up on roots, rocks, or logs, and they protect the middle and granny rings from damage. On the Shore, they’re basically a necessity. Street riders also put them to good use when they’re doing grinds or stalls.
Straitline offers two different styles of 104mm, four-bolt bashguards: serrated and octagonal. The octagonal bash rings are slightly concave, to provide a better balance point for sprocket stalls. You can choose from black, ti grey, pink, white, or limited-edition X-ray colours.

MRP Podium Chainring @ $58
A high quality, long lasting, lightweight chainring designed to work perfectly with chainguides or single speeds.

MRP S4 Bash Guard @ $55
MRP started with a clean sheet of white paper and redesigned every single part to be lighter and easier to install and set up. It uses a full bash guard so that impacts are transferred to the cranks and not the frame. Some riders prefer a full-bashguard system for this consideration, or for reasons of style.

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