(or “Is Mountain Biking Harder Than Road Cycling?”)
To be good at anything you do, you have to have a clear purpose, therefore training has to have purpose. In mountain biking, that purpose is to improve your ability to power through and recover from the frequent hard efforts required by riding off-road.
Optimum Chainring Position (OCP) is what allows you to vary the rotational position of a Q-Ring, thereby enabling you to adjust it to the precise point where you deliver maximum power during a single pedal rotation.
ROTOR is pleased to introduce two new cranksets to its mountain bike product offerings: both the RHawk and the RRaptor are specially designed for enduro use.
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ROTOR Q-Rings are the famous oval chainrings manufactured by the Spanish company. In this article we are going to explain step by step how to install a set of ROTOR Q-Rings. These chainrings will make your pedal stroke much more effective. It can be used in road, MTB, cyclocross and triathlon bikes.