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Non Circular Chainrings.

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So you must be cracking up, why didin't the egg-shaped or oval shape chainring take off even though it is invented in the 1890s?

Yes, they have dead spots but it surely has its adventages.

I noticed the 2008 Tour de France winner Carlos Sastre, and the UK’s Bradley Wiggins have been using them in races.

Here's some interesting online articles for your read. 

 

 



-- Edited by Duff_Beer on Monday 6th of May 2013 02:53:50 PM

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