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SRAMX-Glide 11-speed Chainring

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Item # SRM001H

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  • 110 BCD, 52t ($102.99)
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Item # SRM001H
Description

The X-Glide 11-speed Chain Ring was designed using the same upshift rivets that are used in SRAM's fast shifting XX mountain group set. This makes for smooth movement between front gears when using one of its Yaw derailleurs. 

The X-Glide chain rings were CNC machined using 7075-T6 aluminum which means that every aspect of the chainring receives precise control of shape and ramp. The chain rings are 5mm thick which gives them added stiffness. Although sold separately, the chain, chainrings, and front derailleur are designed as a single integrated system and in doing so, SRAM ensures that you'll always be in the gear your legs need. 

The SRAM X-Glide 11 Speed Chain Ring comes in two sizes: 50 and 52-ttoth. They both feature a 110BCD.





  • CNC machined 7075-T6 aluminum
  • 5mm thick chainrings
  • 110mm Bolt Circle Diameter (BCD)

Tech Specs
Material
7075 -T6 alloy
Number of Rings
1
Teeth
50 t, 52 t
Bolt Circle Diameter
110 mm
Connection
5-bolt
Compatible Components
SRAM
Recommended Use
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years
Weight

Actual Weight

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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Grams

Oz

110 BCD, 52t
141g
4.97oz
110 BCD, 50t
123g
4.34oz

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    "Although sold separately, the chain, chainrings, and front derailleur are designed as a single integrated system." -- So, does this mean you have to use the matching chain and derailleur, or would this work with Shimano 11-speed chain and a Quarq/SRAM power meter crankset?