Useful tips

How much does a chainring cost?

How much does a chainring cost?

The cost to replace a cassette or freewheel can range anywhere from $25 to upwards of $300 on high end bikes and chainrings can run anywhere from around $40 to $250 on high end bikes.

How do I know what size chainring to get?

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Where is the chainring on a bicycle?

The front gears are referred to as chainrings, or as a crankset, or by the less jargon-savvy cyclists, ‘the front ones’. Actually, the whole assembly with the crank arms and the front gears together is properly known as the ‘crankset’, or sometimes ‘chainset’.

Can you change chainring size?

Can I Change Chainring Size? Yes yeah can but you cannot just change your current chainring for something that does not work with your current setup. Meaning the new chainring you get for your bike needs to works with your current chainset. Your cranks will have a specific bolt layout or fitment spec.

Where can I find compatible chainrings?

One of the easiest ways to determine which chainring is going to be compatible with your crank is to simply type in your brand, type, groupset, and type, added with “chainring”, and possible the amount of teeth you want. You can find the type of the crank located at the back of it.

Can I put a smaller chainring on my bike?

Assuming a standard double (53/39 etc) smaller chainrings can be achieved by fitting a compact (50/34, 50/36. 48/34), normally the current front mech will be fine for a compact along with the shifters.