Practice Works 2x chainrings with LevaTime are incomparable. This technology has been developed over the years, through intensive testing and continuous optimization, and now represents a class of its own when it comes to shifting precision and above all switching speed. The complex arrangement of climbing aids, cutouts, ramps and tooth shapes from the small to the chainring is precisely calculated and not coincidental. This way, the chain changes its position in a controlled and efficient way. LevaTime takes switching behavior to a new level - try it out and you'll see how different Praxis Works chainrings are.
In the end, many small things add up to the decisive big advantage. This is how the cold forging process makes a significant contribution to why Praxis Works chainrings are so extraordinarily good. Thanks to the OneShot pressing and compacting process, which has been especially developed for chainrings, Praxis Works chainrings have significantly more and significantly more complex climbing aids, switching aids and tooth profiles than just CNC-produced blades from many other manufacturers. In addition, the forging process ensures a harder and more wear-resistant surface. Forging the chainrings is a technically highly sophisticated and expensive, additional, manufacturing step. So it's not surprising that most of the other manufacturers prefer to save this. However, this is where the key advantage of the Practice Works chainrings comes from, because the process simply allows a much more advanced shift aid design.