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Chainring / Bash Guards / Chainring Cover - Downhill, MTB, enduro and freeride


Chainring / Bash Guards / Chainring Cover - Downhill, MTB, enduro and freeride

What's the use of a Chainring Guard?

This is a question that many fans of cycling and especially the mountain bike/MTB/MOUNTAIN BICYCLE are made. The chainring prevents the rider rubbing with the chainring and protects the teeth against possible impacts.

It is mainly used in the modalities of downhill/DH, Enduro or Freeride and prevent stones, rocks or different obstacles hitting the teeth of the dish. They are also useful in the event of a fall , preventing the rider from nailing the teeth of the dish to the legs or any other part. Another characteristic is to avoid hooks of the trousers with the area of the cranks and the chain.

There are two types of chainring:

  • Set in the box
  • Fixed on cranks

It is necessary to take into account before choosing a chainring its compatibility with the bicycle, electing to fit both the teeth of the chainring and the required clamping.

Discover in the search engine of CoreBicycle cycling components hundreds of tyre chainrings (chainring protectors) of top brands such as Hope, Ethirteen, DM3, Blackspire, Cinelli, Shimano, Truvativ, Race Face, Gamut, BpartComponents, Shadow Conspirancy, Straitline, Reverse,..., among many other brands. Find the best price as we integrate the main online selling shops of national and international cycling so you can find the best price of the component or accessories or bike you need.



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