If you spend a lot of cycling time on the harder trails, you may want to consider removing chain rings and installing a set of ringless SRAM chainrings. These chainrings are easier to install and less likely to come into contact with potentially damaging rocks that can break the chain. These chainrings work on both hollow and J-star bikes, and can also be used when riding your mountain bike on the beach. There are many factors to consider when choosing the right SRAM chainrings for your bike. The first is the number of teeth on the ring, which will determine how easy or difficult it is to pedal. You’ll also want to consider the width of the ring, as this can affect both shifting and pedaling efficiency. Finally, think about whether you want a compact or standard-sized ring, and finally, decide on the material. Aluminum is the most common choice for SRAM chainrings, but steel and titanium options are also available. No matter what you choose, make sure to get the right size for your bike for optimal performance.