Which Bike Chain Do I Need?
The most important feature of bike chains is their width, which determines their compatibility with your gears. The more sprockets your cassette has on the rear wheel, the narrower the matching chain has to be. For example, a SRAM 11-speed chain is narrower than one for a 10-speed drivetrain. The "gearing" shop filter can quickly narrow down the selection. Our range includes bike chains from Shimano, SRAM, Campagnolo, Connex, CeramicSpeed and other top brands. In many cases, you can use a chain from a different manufacturer than your cassette, as long as the width (i.e. the gearing) is correct. KMC chains are very popular in the aftermarket, for example. In the high-end segment, however, you should pay close attention to the manufacturer's compatibility instructions.