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  1. Absolute Black Oval SRAM Direct Mount Boost (3mm Offset) MTB Chainring
    Absolute Black Oval SRAM Direct Mount Boost (3mm Offset) MTB Chainring
    £49.99
  2. Absolute Black Oval Cannondale Hollowgram Direct Mount MTB Chainring
    Absolute Black Oval Cannondale Hollowgram Direct Mount MTB Chainring
    £49.99
  3. Absolute Black Oval SRAM Direct Mount GXP (6mm Offset) MTB Chainring
    Absolute Black Oval SRAM Direct Mount GXP (6mm Offset) MTB Chainring
    £49.99
  4. Absolute Black Round SRAM Direct Mount GXP MTB Chainring
    Absolute Black Round SRAM Direct Mount GXP MTB Chainring
    £49.99
  5. Absolute Black Oval 110/4 Sub Compact Outer Road Chainring
    Absolute Black Oval 110/4 Sub Compact Outer Road Chainring
    £94.99
  6. Absolute Black Oval Shimano Outer Road Chainring - 110BCD x 4
    Absolute Black Oval Shimano Outer Road Chainring - 110BCD x 4
    £94.99
  7. Absolute Black Oval SRAM Outer Road Chainring - 110BCD x 5
    Absolute Black Oval SRAM Outer Road Chainring - 110BCD x 5
    £96.50
  8. Absolute Black Oval Outer Road Chainring - 110BCD x 5
    Absolute Black Oval Outer Road Chainring - 110BCD x 5
    £94.99
  9. Absolute Black Oval MTB Chainring - 64BCD
    Absolute Black Oval MTB Chainring - 64BCD
    £41.99
  10. Absolute Black Oval Easton EC90 SL Direct Mount CX Chainring - 48T
    Absolute Black Oval Easton EC90 SL Direct Mount CX Chainring - 48T
    £77.99
  11. Absolute Black Oval Easton EC90 SL Direct Mount CX Chainring - 44T/46T
    Absolute Black Oval Easton EC90 SL Direct Mount CX Chainring - 44T/46T
    £74.99
  12. Absolute Black Oval Easton EC90 SL Direct Mount CX Chainring
    Absolute Black Oval Easton EC90 SL Direct Mount CX Chainring
    From £66.99
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Chainrings

The golden rule with bicycle chainrings: a large chainring means more top end speed, whereas a smaller chainring helps when the going gets tough.

Chainrings differ for road and mountain bikes. Road bike chainrings are large, varying from 34-53 teeth. Mountain bike chainrings are much smaller, usually 32 teeth.

Bike chainrings come in a wide variety of sizes. Be sure to select the right size as well as the right bolt circle diameter (BCD) – a figure which helps you match a chainring to a crankset.