Praxis 2X Cyclocross chainrings are the result of relentless testing and tweaking, matched with the best material and manufacturing processes to create some of the smoothest running, most durable and sweetest shifting chainrings available. All other aftermarket rings are machined. For superior longevity and performance, Praxis cold forge theirs from 7075 T6 aluminum and hard anodize it for even more durability. They also feature the famous LevaTime Shifting Technology, which boasts synchronized ramps and strategically placed shift pins for perfectly timed shifts every time.
At Praxis, they know it’s the little things that add up. All of their chainrings are created with the proprietary forging process which allows them to manipulate the ring shape and tooth profile more than ever before. With their “One-Shot” forging Praxis is able to increase the amount of shifting features on a chainring which normal CNC manufacturing won’t allow.
The process also creates a harder and tougher tooth surface for durability. Individual tooth profiles, alternating tooth angles, timed ramps and tactically placed shift elevators are all jam packed onto a Praxis ring. Translation: All of these small aggregate features add up to the most durable and consistent shifting rings ever produced for cyclists. Praxis does all this because they know that great shifting means even better rides.
NOT YOUR AVERAGE CHAINRING
The LevaTime shifting is the product of years of relentless testing and tweaking. The final result is a set of some of the finest and fastest-shifting rings available. With a LevaTime ring, several shift elevators are placed strategically at points on the ring to provide a perfectly timed lift.
Synchronized ramps are tuned with a specific inner ring, providing a clean channel for the chain to move upwards. Each individual tooth is sculpted to handle a specific duty. Along with that, precisely located scallops help control chain movement and prevent chain suck. After riding these rings, you’ll realize these aren’t your average, ordinary chainrings.