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Hope R22 Chainrings Machined for SRAM T-Type & All Major Drivetrains

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Hope Technology is superseding its range of chainrings with the new R22, boasting a revised asymmetric tooth profile that confers compatibility with all major mountain bike drivetrains; that’s 9/10/11/12 Speed SRAM and Shimano HG+, as well as SRAM T-Type with the unique flat-top chain.

Hope R22 Chainrings

In addition to the Hope R22 Chainring’s appealing cross-compatibility, its new tooth profile is also said to be better in almost every other way possible. We are told it offers improved mud shedding and chain retention, and that this new tooth profile can cope with more chain wear before function is compromised, extending its service life.

hope chainring r22 t-type compatible 7075 t6 aluminum
The Hope R22 Chainring is machined from 7075-T6 aluminum at the Hope HQ in Barnoldswick, England

While the R22 ensures compatibility across a wide range of drivetrains, a new spiderless design is also said to bring increased strength and stiffness.

There’s a Hope R22 Chainring for many a crankset:

  • 104mm BCD 4 Bolt
  • Hope Direct Mount STD Offset (49mm chainline)
  • Hope Direct Mount BOOST Offset (52mm or 55mm chainline with WIDE axle crank)
  • Bosch Gen 4 Direct Mount (52mm chainline)
  • Shimano EP8/E8000 Direct Mount (52mm chainline)
  • Brose/Specialized Direct Mount (52mm chainline)

Get it in Black, Silver, Blue, Red, Orange and Purple, in sizes 28T to 36T.

The Spiderless Chainring for regular mountain bikes will set you back £55.00 // €65.00 // $70.00, while the eBike versions will retail at £70.00 // €85.00 // $89.00. 104 BCD and 110 BCD options are slightly cheaper at £45.00 // €55.00 // $57.00.


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