The Six Million Dollar Man was an amusing sci-fi show from the 1970’s that starred Lee Majors.
The Million Dollar Sprocket got its name because the prototypes were ridiculously expensive. Fortunately, the production versions are actually quite affordable. As of this writing it should be around 50 dollars for the sprocket.
This is a guard sprocket, with an secondary bolt-on guard (optional). It’s designed to meet the demands of team riders like Matt Beringer, Adam Banton and our own R&D man, Ben Ward. Depending on the frame being used, the sprocket can usually be run with the integrated guard facing inward or outward, according to your personal preference.
– 7075-T6 sprocket
– 6061-T6 optional bolt-on guard
– 25, 28 and 30-T
– 5.5 ounces without guard (28-T)
– 9.0 ounces with guard (28-T)
– 15/16″ spindle hole with 19mm adapter
– Black, Polished, Limited Editions
The MDS should be availble toward the end of the year if everything stays on schedule.