SRAM PC-1130 11-speed Chain
SRAMPC-1130 11-speed Chain

Chain of command.

Not unlike the company's 11-speed mountain bike drivetrains have already done, SRAM's 11-speed road drivetrains are rewriting the rules. You'll need a proper 11-speed chain to turn a Red 22, Force 22, or Rival 22 cassette, however, and that's where the SRAM PC-1130 11-speed Chain comes in. Pair it with any of the above systems for superb shifting, durability, and longevity. As always, we strongly recommend replacing your chain and cassette at the same time for proper drivetrain performance.

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good enough most of the time

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I thought I'd save a little money by putting this chain and corresponding cassette on my otherwise-Force build. The parts are still new (300ish miles), but I'm a little disconcerted that I can make the chain slip on the cassette if I really try. I know what some of you are probably thinking, and the chain, chainrings, cassette were all replaced at the same time, as well as the chain is the proper length.

I should also note than I'm currently about 200 lbs and have decently strong legs, although I do not know how much power I put out (yet; will hopefully update soon).

If any of this has you concerned, go with PC-1170 or better. and you'll be fine.

Budget minded

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Cheap, great quality, won't wear out super fast, and for me, just perfect.

It's a chain!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

It does the job, nothing super special about this one, just works.

Cheap and good performance!!!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Bought this chain as an exact replacement for my bike with sram 1x11 Gx groupset. It works great with nice, smooth and quiet shifting. In my honest opinion, there is no need to pay more for a higher-end chain. Does what it needs to do ... just keep it clean and lubed with suitable lube for your riding conditions and it will last long as other good quality chains would do!

If you have any inquiries shoot an email to Connor Johnson at < > , he is a Gearhead and very knowledgeable on mountain bike stuff.

This is a chain

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The hollow pin ones wear out faster. This is the same chain as the non hollow pin ones. Quit paying more money for the parts that wear out quickly when you ride, unless you just buy bikes to stare at them all day.

Not great not bad

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Threw this chain on my bike that sits on my trainer. Does what it needs to. I haven't put enough miles on it to tell how well it stands up. Runs smooth and fits my bike like it said.