E-Thirteen LG1 Plus + Bash Guard and Chain Guide

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The LG1 Plus is the guide that started the chainguide revolution of running a fixed "taco" style bash guard.

With a feature list as long as this, it's no wonder the LG1 plus is a mainstay on the world cup circuit.


CNC Machined Alloy Back Plate

Soft rubber is co-moulded into the height adjustable top guide for silent operation. The top guide also opens without tools. Neat.

Gen 2 Stealth roller is soft and quiet.

Lower Guide is removable, position adjustable and height adjustable.

Include 3 x Bash rings to suit any chainring size. Bash ring is also removable if desired.

Will suit 28-38t Chainrings

Polycarbonate pieces are all solvent resistant. Use whichever chain lube you like!

Weighs just 176g with the 34t bash ring

5 year warranty


What's in the box?

LG1 Plus Chainguide as pictured

an additional 2 bash guards (total of 3 bash guards)

Long ISCG mounting bolts x 3

Short ISCG mounting bolts x 3

ISCG Spacer x 3

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E-Thirteen LG1 Plus + Bash Guard and Chain GuideE13LG1PLSBGUID
Black - ISCG 05 - 28-38T4710751500532

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