Great for Boardman Hybrid Pro
Got this to replace the supplied chainring on my Boardman Hybrid Pro. Halford's do offer a replacement, but it costs more and this ring is actually higher quality. Really beautifully made, looks great and of course works perfectly.
05 September 2016
Great Upgrade for Cyclocross
For cyclocross the single chainring setup is the best. Combined with the Sram CX1 rear derailleur and PG1070 Mtb Cassette shifting is really smooth. The only thing I could complain about is perhaps the price compared to other single Chainrings but the design in my mind is better as the ring when mounted sits in between position of the large and small chainring so the cross over of the chain is reduced
Also, perhaps I would have been better off with a different combination for some riding.. I'm running a 38 tooth chainring with an 11-32 cassette which is great for climbing but I do run out of gears on long descents and maybe next time would get a 42 tooth and run a 11-36 cassette..
19 May 2016
Easy to fit and works as expected. Only time will tell how durable this ring is, as I am not entirely convinced about the longevity of SRAM rings.
25 March 2016
Very well made product, you get what you pay for. Holds the chain well with the narrow / wide profile, especially when coupled with a CX1 rear derailleur. Also been very durable so far, looks as good as the day I bought it.
22 September 2015
No dropped chains, no problem.
I converted to CX1 halfway through the cross season as courses started to get muddier. Fitting was straightforward and I've had no problems since fitting it.
25 April 2015
the right choice.
This one fits perfectly on fsa slk cyclocross specific 46/36. You need new bolts. I had duraace in spare and it was good.
19 March 2015
Sturdy and goo looking
I am using this on a Sram Rival OCT crank.
The chainring is stiff and really well made. No dropped chain yet, but I have not ride in the most extreme conditions.
26 February 2015
I have this setup with a shimano 105 shifter and rear mech. This chainring works brilliantly and continually works smoothly and efficiently.
24 October 2014
Hi, I have a Rival 1 crank-set on a 1x11 Rival 1 set-up with a 42 tooth chain-ring. However, I want to reduce to 38 teeth. Would this chain ring be compatible or would I need to purchase a Rival 1 38 teeth chain-ring?
I want to convert my Genesis Croix de Fer, which has a 2x10 set-up, to 1x10. The components are all Tiagra at the moment. Is there any reason I could not replace the front chain set with the SRAM Force CX1, but keep the Tiagra 10-speed rear? SRAM says it's 10-speed chain compatible, so I would think it should work. Any advice is appreciated.