Learn how to use the original and most popular chain links calculator for cyclists
The following instructions aim to assist you in effectively using our chain links calculator, ensuring a more seamless and informed experience.
- Count the number of teeth on the front cog of your bicycle, and select this value in the picker labeled chainring.
- Do the same on your rear cog for the picker labeled sprocket.
- Measure in millimeters the length of your chainstay from the center of your bottom bracket to the desired position on your horizontal dropouts, and select this value in the picker labeled chainstay length.
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