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0% ovality offers the performance benefits of traditional round rings

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Since the origin of the bicycle more than a century ago, round chainrings have been the presumed standard for providing drivetrain resistance. Round chainrings pay homage to cycling┬┤s illustrious history by upholding this standard despite conclusive proof that round rings are less-efficient than oval chainrings.

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