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  • marco
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    Hi all
    So which one is best?
    Race Face, Blackspire, Works components?
    Like Race Face but are they all pretty much the same?
    Cheers

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    Premier Icon cnud
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    Blackspire mono veloce n/w has slightly taller teeth with machining similar to the original design, whether this makes one jot of difference I have no idea but I can tell you that it works just fine

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    I like the mud-relief scalloping on the Blackspire. I don’t think it’ll actually make any difference tbh but it’s a really nice detail. Also I think they dispense with the need for half of the chainring bolts so could be lighter.

    But mine is Works- UK made and the first of the 10-speed rings.

    scottfitz
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    You missed vectiox Cheapest at £30

    gogg
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    You also missed e-13 & Gamut are launching one.

    I’ve had a RF one for 2 rides now and no sign of it dropping the chain yet. First ride was a mix of conditions, pretty mucky but lots of natural loamy trails in the woods with loads of rocks, roots and steps and stuff. Second ride was Gisburn and its a success if there aren’t any dropped chains on the rocky, blown up, flow sapping trails there*.

    Very impressed to be honest. I can understand the logic of narrow/wide stuff but was very sceptical. Whats not to like about it!

    * not all the trails there, just the stuff from the top of the Hope line all the way back around to the middle of the 8!

    boxfish
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    Absolute Black too

    I’ve got one of these. It does the job very well. No chain droppage with a clutch mech so far.

    jtintheuk
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    Heard rumours that On One will have one soon??

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    I’ve got a Hope Retainer in 36T. Not actually fitted it yet but its a nice thing to hold.

    Not that that’s very useful to you…

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    The Gamut ones are supposed to land in a few weeks, they’ll be hard anodized (a la Renthal) so should last a bit longer than standard rings.

    They’re a bit cheaper too, £39.99 in all sizes.

    crankrider
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    My Works one is coming up to 8 months old now – will be replacing it now the winter seems to be out..

    I follow Works on Facebook and It looks like they have a £30 one on the way – spot on, why faff with hard ano etc when this is £15 cheaper… plus my last works one is arguably still fine after 8 months of riding in slop.

    Made in the UK, not some massive Taiwanese factory, see: http://www.pinkbike.com/news/Inside-Works-Components-2014.html

    Im getting a real thing for trying to buy british at the moment but I want a 30T for the other bike and they don’t do one so off to hope for that….

    marco
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    Excellent!
    Works components it is thenA

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    Is everybody running these with clutch mechs?

    robgclarkson
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    yes.. i am at least

    emanuel
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    http://revanchebikeco.wordpress.com/2014/01/09/canada-vs-canada/
    here’s a pic of the blackspire vs the raceface one.

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    Support UK that’s all I have to say..hey that rhymes.

    matther01
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    Works (as I like British too) and an RF bought with bday crc vouchers…no dropped chains with either.

    Defo prefer the works lack of emblazoned graphics.

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