Wolf Tooth Releases 107 BCD Chainrings for SRAM Cranks!

Wolf Tooth Components, the team that brought you that kick-ass EDC tool I reviewed recently, has released a new chainring option for SRAM cranks. The new chainrings will be available in 38-42T (elliptical flavor) and 36-44T (round flavor).

Wolf Tooth Components. Elliptical, 107bcd chainring for SRAM

Photo: Wolf Tooth Components. Elliptical, 107bcd chainring for SRAM

Wolf tooth Component's round 107bcd chainring

Wolf Tooth says “this chainring is compatible with most new SRAM 1x road cranks that use the 107 BCD spider, including spiders with the AXS Power Meter”. Also, “this new BCD, alongside our Direct Mount Chainring for SRAM 8-Bolt Cranks that we expanded last month, means that we now have at least one option for all new SRAM road cranks”.

These new chainrings, like others in their line, use their patented DropStop B Wide/Narrow tooth profile that is optimized for drop bar bikes, saying this ensures chain retention. You can learn more about their DropStop technology here.

Retail for these chainrings is $84.95 for either round or elliptical.

For more American-made goodness from the team at Wolf Tooth, check here.

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Vince E.
Vince E.
1 month ago

Interesting to me how the 8,000 different chainring mounting standards have escaped the wrath of the internet.

Seraph
Seraph
1 month ago
Reply to  Vince E.

I don’t think it’s fair to call them “standards” at this point.

Frankie
Frankie
1 month ago
Reply to  Vince E.

Yet companies still make the same wheels with varying bolt patterns across manufacturers for the auto industry, but you rarely see such a comparison.

Ron
Ron
1 month ago

Let’s see their Ekar chainrings.

Astro_Kraken
Astro_Kraken
1 month ago
Reply to  Ron

Use up an 11 or 12 speed one and it should work

Seraph
Seraph
1 month ago

Cool, but with SRAM cranks you could always just run a direct mount ring. Not sure why you would choose to create 4 more points of possible failure.

Ben monroe
Ben monroe
1 month ago
Reply to  Seraph

Then everyone with the power meter spider would get screwed.

Patrick
Patrick
1 month ago
Reply to  Seraph

They already make the direct mount rings for these. Now they are adding ones that go with the Force power meter (which is popular aftermarket along with with being on several OEM builds) and Rival spiders. It’s nice to have options and this may be the first oval options for those that want that.

Seraph
Seraph
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

A better option would be the Rival AXS cranks with power meter so you could run a direct mount ring. Stiffer, better power transfer, and fewer points of failure potentially.

Patrick
Patrick
1 month ago
Reply to  Seraph

There’s no difference in stiffness and power transfer. The primary advantage of a direct mount ring is lower weight. However, the Rival crank weighs a LOT more and the power meter only measure a single leg. No thanks.

ShopMechanic
ShopMechanic
1 month ago

Stoked to see more ring options out there for SRAM cranks! Nice work WolfTooth!