Chainrings are the part that connects to the crank arms and that the chain goes around when you pedal. The most important part about buying a new chainring is deciding on the number of teeth that you want. This plays a direct role in your bike’s gear ratio. A gear ratio is the division between the number of teeth on your chainring and the number of teeth on your rear sprocket. A higher ratio means you will accelerate faster, but you have a reduced top speed, while a lower gear ratio means that it will be a bit more difficult to accelerate, but your overall top-speed increases.
When it comes to fixed gear/single-speed bicycles, the chainring is also considered an important aspect of the bike’s aesthetics. Take a look at our collection and find the chainring that suits your bike best! Not sure what to pick? Ask us and we’ll try to make your decision as easy as possible.