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A bicycle chain is perhaps the most important part of your bicycle. A worn bike chain does not make for a pleasant bike ride: the chain can skip and even causes your cassette and chainrings to wear out more quickly. Replacing a bike chain on time is therefore sensible. We have bike chains for all gears and bikes, from road and mountain bike chains to chains for electric bikes. We also have the loose parts for your bike chain, such as missing links, power links and chain connector pins, in stock. Need help with your choice? Follow our Chain Selection Guide.
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Bike Chains | Wide range of chains & chain partsWhen you're buying a bike chain for your road or mountain bike, a lot of questions may come up. Below you will find the most frequently asked questions and their answers. This way, you'll have no problem finding the right bike chain.
Should the speed of the chain be the same as the rest of my groupset?
Can I install a Shimano bike chain if my group set is a different brand?
Can I install a Shimano bike chain if my group set is of a different brand?
Can I install a SRAM bike chain if my group set is of a different brand?
What size bike chain do I need?
The easiest way to find out what size you need is to lay it flat next to your previous bike chain. Please note that the number of links should be the same, so the old chain will be a bit longer. If doing this is not an option, in this blog you can read more about the right bike chain length.