Posts tagged 'Tips'

The advantages of our Universal Tooth chainrings

Our range of MTB chainrings now feature the new Universal Tooth technology; a new tooth system so that our chainrings are 100% compatible with SRAM and Shimano 11 and 12 speeds transmissions.
September 14, 2021
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Which ROTOR power meter do you need?

At ROTOR we are specialists in power meters. Our huge variety of cranks, together with our conventional bottom bracket and chainrings systems, such as the successful Q RINGS®, makes it easy for you to find the power meter that best suits your needs. 2INpower, INpower or INspider are systems compatible with practically any type of cycling modality and all of them are compatible with the ROTOR Po...
July 26, 2021
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Why is better to ride with friends

Going for a bike ride is for many of you, and us at ROTOR, one of the top priorities of the day. But going riding with friends is much more fun, isn’t it? At ROTOR we give you 3 simple reasons to go on a bike ride with friends and have triple the fun.
June 3, 2021
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Cross-chaining: is it still a problem?

On road bikes, double chainrings have been almost a standard in groupsets, but for MTBs until a few years ago, the triple chainring was the norm. From there it went to the double and then to the single ring. The single chainring, both in mountain, gravel and in some exceptions in time trial and triathlon models, has completely eliminated the problems of cross-chaining, since the groupsets and t...
April 27, 2021
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