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O.symetric chainrings on MTB

n.battisonn.battison Posts: 57
edited May 2010 in MTB general
Lately i have been reading alot about O.symetric chainrings, i know they have been about for years but lately they seem to becoming more used by the roadies.

I was just wondering if any MTB manufacturers have tried to make or use these on MTB's or is there is any reason why they cant?

Neil
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  • stu8975stu8975 Posts: 1,334
    Been done years ago on mtb, Shimano Biopace from early 80's to early 90's if my memory serves me correct.
  • joshtpjoshtp Posts: 3,966
    the new version.. which is apparently infinately better s the rotor q-ring. Fabian Barel used them all last year racing DH. He swears by them
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  • bike-a-swanbike-a-swan Posts: 1,235
    see sheldon brown on the subject
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  • cooldadcooldad Posts: 32,599
    I have Biopace on my road bike, and one of my mountain bikes. Quite honestly can't tell the difference when I ride.
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