SRAMRoad Inner Chainring - 11-Speed

Inside gearing.

Give your drivetrain a refresh or update your gearing with the SRAM 11-Speed Inner Chainring. Ideal for road and cyclocross applications, this chainring comes in a variety of sizes to account for whatever terrain daily rides and races throw your way.

This ring is stamped from lightweight and durable aluminum and is compatible with SRAM's 11-speed road drivetrains.

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Toothy Goodness

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I am a SRAM fan and when it comes to replacing the rings on my SRAM Red cranks, why would I go with anything else? These shift quite well, and as long as you don't neglect your chain by running it beyond its wear life, you can usually get 2-3 chains out of a chainring, unless you have bad habits like mashing, shifting under load, and my favorite, cross chaining.
Always replace your chain and cassette if you are replacing your chainrings.

Never a second thought

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The moment you are on a climb and you are thinking about your small ring something is wrong. These are smooth, stiff, and the only time you think about them is when you mount them, otherwise it's all go. No issues, consistent performance and at a great price.

Great rings for the money

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Great rings for the money, shift smooth, and work great without issue.

Make sure you verify if you have a 130bcd, or 110bcd crank before ordering to make sure you get the proper ring.

I have the sram red 22 53t and 39t inner. I need to 34t for inner so I can climb better. Can I just get the 34t inner chainring and swap out my 39t with the 34t?

Hey Kenny, no you would need a compact 110bcd crank to run a 34t inner ring.

I have the Force22 crankset in 175mm. I'd like to put a smaller inner ring on them. Would the 36t fit, or is the bolt pattern smaller?

Assuming you are running a full/standard crank (53/39T), then you would not be able to drop to a 36T chainring.

That would depend on the BCD of your crank, if it is 130BCD the smallest you would be able to run is a 38t innner ring. If you have a 110bcd, you can go down to a 34t inner ring. Call in, or chat with a Gearhead for the fastest service, thanks.