ROTOR has completed its lineup of mountain bike chainrings with the announcement of the Universal Tooth Pattern design, a specially shaped tooth made to work perfectly with any mainstream 11 or 12-speed drivetrain on the market. It's said that ROTOR is the first brand in the industry to offer such a chainring.
The new design is available in the form of ROTOR's Q RINGS and regular round options, in an answer to the fierce competition in the industry's hunt for a versatile solution to mountain bike chainring compatibility.
ROTOR claims to be the first brand able to offer a chainring that will work seamlessly with SRAM and Shimano's 11 and 12-speed mountain bike-specific drivetrains. That's thanks to the brand's Universal Tooth Pattern design.
With that, the new chainrings are said to be 100% compatible with Shimano 11 and 12-speed, SRAM Eagle, and KMC MTB chains.
ROTOR's MTB Q RINGS and round chainrings with a direct mount configuration are available in 28 to 38t models. Both the oval and round offerings are also available with a 110x4 BCD fitting, with 34 to 38 toothed models.
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