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Gusset Slink Chain Single Speed BMX/DIRT BIKE CHAIN

The exceptional design of the Slink Chain by Gusset that is entirely made of half links promises high strength for single speed systems. Each chain li...

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Gates Carbon Drive Snubber Spacer Kit

Spacer kit for a proper installation of Gates Carbon Drive RDM and QR Snubbers in combination with Rohloff SPEEDHUB 500/14 gear hubs and spacings of o...

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Bike Chains

The right bike chain ensures best power transfer


Six, seven, eight, nine, 10, 11 or 12-speed bike chains

A bike chain transfers the torque from the bottom bracket to the hub of the rear wheel. It is made from steel and consist of individual links that perfectly fit onto the sprockets and chainrings – therefore, there are different chains for different numbers of gears. Besides, it is important to choose the right length for your bike, so that the chain is neither too tight nor too loose.

Especially on bikes with derailleur gears, a chain will wear out over time. It should be replaced if it is elongated too much, as it might damage the sprockets and chainrings. A chain wear indicator will help you find out whether it’s time to replace the chain. You can find a selection of chain wear checkers in the category ‘Bike Accessories’.

There are chains of different qualities available that primarily differ in their durability and weight. To fit a new chain, you need connector links or joining pins that are usually supplied together with the new chain, but can also be ordered separately.