Components - Bicycle Chainrings

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Here's a list of popular and relevant bicycle chainring brands:

  • Shimano
  • SRAM
  • Campagnolo
  • Race Face
  • Wolf Tooth Components
  • Absolute Black
  • Rotor
  • FSA
  • Praxis Works
  • e.thirteen
  • OneUp Components
  • Endless Bike Co.
  • Blackspire
  • Hope
  • Middleburn
  • Sugino
  • Bionicon
  • Stronglight
  • Osymetric
  • Garbaruk
  • Rennen
  • Aerozine
  • Stages Cycling
  • Quarq
  • White Industries

These brands offer a wide variety of chainrings for different cycling disciplines, including road, mountain, gravel, cyclocross, and more. They cater to various crankset standards, chainring sizes, and materials such as aluminum, steel, and carbon fiber.

Shimano, SRAM, and Campagnolo are the leading brands for OEM and high-performance chainrings, often designed to work seamlessly with their respective drivetrains.

Race Face, Wolf Tooth Components, Absolute Black, and Rotor are popular choices for aftermarket chainrings, offering options for single, double, and triple chainring setups.

Brands like FSA, Praxis Works, e.thirteen, and OneUp Components specialize in narrow-wide (N/W) chainrings designed for improved chain retention on 1x drivetrains.

Endless Bike Co., Blackspire, Hope, and Middleburn are known for their high-quality and durable chainrings, often used in demanding conditions like downhill and freeride mountain biking.

Sugino, Bionicon, and Stronglight are respected brands for their classic and touring-oriented chainrings, catering to vintage and custom builds.

Osymetric, Garbaruk, and Rennen offer unique and innovative chainring designs, focusing on optimizing pedaling efficiency and biomechanics.

Aerozine, Stages Cycling, Quarq, and White Industries produce precision-engineered chainrings, often integrated with power meters or specific crankset systems.

This list covers a comprehensive range of chainring options, ensuring cyclists can find the right combination of performance, durability, and compatibility to match their riding style, drivetrain setup, and preferences.