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Praxis Works 1x Cyclocross/Gravel Chainring

Josh Matthew August 31, 2020
4.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

$80.00$99.95

Perfect for CX’ing in mud or grinding some gravel!

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Description

Praxis Works 1x Cyclocross/Gravel Chainring

With its Wave tooth profile, the Praxis Works 1x Cyclocross/Gravel Chainring gets the job done whether you’re CX’ing in mud or grinding some gravel! The Wave profile applies alternating lateral force to each chain link to actively retain the chain to the ring – a huge step beyond typical narrow/wide rings that rely solely on friction. Praxis 1x rings are machined from 7075 T6 aluminum for superior stiffness and are hard anodized for additional durability.

 

Specifications

  • 110 BCD
  • Compatible with 10-, 11- and 12-speed drivetrains
  • Cold forged and hard anodized 7075-T6 aluminum
  • Weight: 72 grams (42T)

3 reviews for Praxis Works 1x Cyclocross/Gravel Chainring

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    Brad Hadfield (verified owner)

    Cool chainring purchased to provide compatibility for my power2max NGeco on my 40T SRAM 1X set up.

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      Power Meter City

      Hi Brad. Yes – these rings work great with the power2max. We’re glad you are enjoying it!

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    surly singlespeed (verified owner)

    This is a very nicely made ring. I use it on my 1x gravel bike and have not dropped a chain yet! A little detail I like is the etched chain picture so you know which link goes on which tooth which is otherwise easy for folks like me to forget.

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      Power Meter City

      Hi, Thank you for this kind review! We really appreciate it. Please let us know if there is anything else we can do!

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    Phil Frost (verified owner)

    I got this to replace a direct mount Praxis chainring that came on my Ibis Hakka MX, basically the same thing, when I added a power meter. Chain retention is not nearly as good. The image here shows a wide tooth profile, which is similar to what my direct mount chainring looks like. But the chainring I received has a narrower tooth profile. I’m not sure if Praxis changed the design or what, but this chainring certainly is not equivalent to the direct mount chainring that came with the Hakka. Would not recommend.

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      Power Meter City

      Hi Phil. I know we spoke on this but just to leave a note for others, Praxis updated the tooth profile on their Wave chainring to accommodate 12-speed SRAM and Shimano cranks, while maintaining 10- and 11-speed compatibility. The image on the page is the correct one. Thanks!

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