Rotor QX1 Chainring $125.00
Rotor is well known for its ovalized road chainrings and its cranksets. Now it has taken this technology and applied it to mountain biking with a series of chainrings designed to get you up and over faster. The QX1 is the first ovalized chainring designed for a 1x drivetrain.
Ovalized chainrings are not new. They actually appeared briefly years ago under the name Biopace but failed to attract a strong following. Not to be put off, Rotor took a new eye to the concept and redesigned the oval ring. What does an oval ring do? Well, they are essentially designed to maximize the efficiency of your pedal stroke by prolonging the power zone and minimizing dead spots. The rings are machined with a subtle oval shape and, with multiple mounting holes, can be "clocked" to maximize the effects for your biomechanics, pedaling style, and bike geometry. The QX1 has an ovality of 12.5%, which helps you accelerate better, and experience smoother torque and better grip off road. Additionally, the alternating thick and thin tooth profile keeps your chain from dropping — even in the roughest conditions. This eliminates the need for a chain guide.
The Rotor QX1 Chainring comes in sizes 28-tooth to 36-tooth and in the color Black.
Reviews & Community
Excellent performance, so so fit
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Running a 32T QX1 on Giant Trance Advanced SX. Ring works really well for my pedal stroke. I tend to lose power coming to the top of the pedal stroke and this seems to smooth it out. It just feels better everywhere and I can hold onto the gear longer before I have to downshift. My only issue is that the spider you have to replace on the SRAM X01 (GXP) crank moved the chain line out another 6mm over stock! This made for a noisy 3 low gears and a nasty looking chain line in those gears. I ended up swapping the ring to the inside of the spider to bring the chain line back to stock. Works, but when you buy a premium product at a premium price, I expect it to fit perfect out of the box!
What is the BCD for these rings? 104? I...
What is the BCD for these rings? 104? I have a SRAM Stylo that I am currently running a 30t 104BCD narrow wide ring on, so would these fit?
It says 76 BCD on the side of the chainring in the picture. That is the BCD used on XX1 cranksets.
Is this bash guard compatible? If, so is...
Is this bash guard compatible? If, so is it only with specific guards?
Are there inventory?
Are there inventory?
Yes this item is currently in stock.
Hi f i buy qx1 for sram xo1 is this come w adaptor..