OneUp Components Chainguide (ISCG-05)
Eliminate dropped chains forever and more than double your chainring life with the new OneUp Components Chainguide. At only 35g the OneUp guide weighs less than a sip of water, costs just $45 USD and saves you money in less than a season.
Why do I need a guide and a Narrow Wide Chainring?
Narrow Wide rings are awesome, but they're not perfect and every once in a while you can drop a chain riding. On a social ride this means getting dropped by your friends. But when racing an Enduro a dropped chain can cost you the podium, which is why almost every EWS pro runs both a chainguide and narrow wide chainring.
World Class Test Pilots
To develop the ultimate chainguide OneUp worked closely with the Yeti Cycles EWS team throughout the product development. Jared Graves and Richie Rude have been racing multiple prototype iterations this season, testing the guide on the worlds toughest trails. This feedback enabled us to develop an ultra minimal chain retention system, good enough for even the worlds fastest riders.
Richie Rude "The new OneUp guide is great, it's small, simple and is my choice for everyday riding"
Jared Graves "Its feather weight is awesome. Simple and very effective."
Shaun Hughes (Yeti Cycles EWS Team Mechanic) "As a mechanic I’ve set up a lot of guides and I can say hands down it’s the easiest guide to install and setup out there."
How can I double my chainring life?
As a Narrow Wide ring wears, over time the teeth thin and loose their chain retention ability, leading to more dropped chains. The OneUp guide extends the life of a Narrow Wide ring by limiting the chain's side-to-side movement reducing tooth wear and totally preventing the chain from derailing. Installing a OneUp guide means you now only have to replace your chainring when the driving faces have worn out, which typically doubles your usable chainring life. Buy less stuff - Work Less Ride More.
What about Stainless Steel Narrow Wide Rings?
Some ring manufacturers are starting to use stainless steel to provide longer wearing no drop rings. The system weight and cost of our Aluminum narrow wide ring paired with our chainguide is similar to that of a stainless steel ring. But even with a brand new stainless steel chainring you can still drop a chain, especially in muddy conditions, after a big compression or with a worn derailleur clutch.
Install without removing your crank
Single tool install and adjustment (4mm hex)
Stainless Steel hardware (Ever notice how much rust loves ISCG bolts?)
Includes 2 top guide pieces 1xBlack and 1xGreen
Cost: $45 USD
Chainline: 5.5mm adjustment
Available now at oneupcomponents.com