Newly Designed, the SRAM RIVAL Compatible Oversized Derailleur Cage

Newly Designed, the SRAM RIVAL Compatible Oversized Derailleur Cage

CyclingCeramic (France) - Press Release: SRAM lovers? We heard you.

Newly designed, the SRAM RIVAL compatible oversized derailleur cage is now available.

At CYCLINGCERAMIC, we don’t release a new product unless it’s better than what’s already on the market. Our new SRAM RIVAL ODC is much easier to install and more reliable on the long term. Additionally, it’s stronger – the new design allows for a better smoothness of the drivetrain. And finally… it still offers much better performance than a standard bearing system.

The Oversized Pulley Wheel Cage is the ultimate advantage in the quest for performance. All of our components have been developed and made in France in order to offer you the highest finishing touches, lifespan and performance.

A decreased friction by 98% and optimal lengthening of your chain with result in up to 1 minute gain in a 20km time trial.

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