The ultimate solution for Sram cranks that feature a removable spider. Spiderless chainrings allow for flawless single speed or Sram 1x9/10/11 drivetrain setup. These chainrings save more than 150g over the regular spider and chainring combo. Reliable, extremely light, stiff and clean looking on the bike. Fear no more about loose chainring bolts or compatibility issues – go spiderless!
For light riding chainkeeper may not be needed. For more aggressive riding it will be needed. Please use short/medium clutch mech. or xx1 rear derailleur. Always use a new chain with a new chainring.Tested by XC Silver World Champion Marek Konwa!
We fulfill backorders gradually from oldest ones upwards. Average wait now is about 12 days due to demand.
28 & 30 & 34T out of stock. Back by 23rd Apr.
32T - back on 16th.
Please choose the option which best describes your country. Mistakes will be refunded automatically.
The lightest solution on the bicycle market – period.
Designed in UK. Manufactured in Poland (EU).
Proud to inform you that Silver World Champion Marek Konwa is using and testing our chainrings.
(*) BB30 users - There are two axle lengths in that system and it is easy to distinguish the two. Longer spindle has big a 16mm spacer on the drive hand side, while the shorter spindle only has 10mm spacer there. Using absoluteBlack chainrings with a longer spindle creates an ideal chainline of around 49mm (meaning, it works great). On the other hand, using the same ring with a shorter spindle pushes the ring inboard by 6mm resulting in a chainline of 43mm. In a case such as this, you cannot use the chainkeeper as it will not fit to a such small chainline and some frames may not accept the ring at all (resulting in touching chainstays).
If you find this explanation difficult to understand, then please do not hesitate to write to us and we will try to help.
WolfTooth comp.: 28T(60g), 30T(68g), 32T(74g), 34T(83g), 36T(90g)
AbsoluteBLACK: 28T(46g), 30T(49g), 32T(53g), 34T(67g), 36T(77g)
Always use correct chain length
*Bypassing the rear derailleur, run the chain around front chainring/largest cog combination. (For the full suspension frame, position the rear suspension for the greatest chain length required. It's usually a normal position where rear shock if fully extended)
*Add 2 segments of the chain to this length for proper chain length.