BMX Bike Sprockets


BSD Sticker Bomb Sprocket

BSD Sticker Bomb Sprocket

25t

From $84.99

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Cadiz Sprocket

Cadiz Sprocket

25t 28t

From $69.95

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CC Sprocket

CC Sprocket

25t 28t

From $69.99

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Colony Persuit Sprocket

Colony Persuit Sprocket

25t

From $109.99

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Colony Pursuit Sprocket / Black

Colony Pursuit Sprocket / Black

25t 28t

From $109.99

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Cult Dak Sprocket

Cult Dak Sprocket

25t

From $89.99

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Cult OS Guard Sprocket

Cult OS Guard Sprocket

25t

From $99.99

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Demolition Markit Sprocket

Demolition Markit Sprocket

$89.95

Division Force Sprocket

Division Force Sprocket

25t

From $69.99

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Division Vitara Guard Sprocket

Division Vitara Guard Sprocket

25t

From $99.99

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Eclat Channel Sprocket

Eclat Channel Sprocket

25t 28t

From $89.95

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Eclat RS Sprocket

Eclat RS Sprocket

25t 28t

From $79.99

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Menace Guard Sprocket

Menace Guard Sprocket

From $79.99

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Odyssey Fang Sprocket

Odyssey Fang Sprocket

25t 28t

From $89.95

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Tall Order Logo Sprocket

Tall Order Logo Sprocket

25t 28t

From $69.99

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Total BMX Killabee Sprocket

Total BMX Killabee Sprocket

25t 28t

From $79.99

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At The Village we have a great range of top end Sprockets form all the best brands. The type of sprocket that you should reflect your style of riding, and how much stress you place on the drivetrain. As a general rule, you should pick a sprocket that fits into the standard 2.75 gear ratio (the number of front sprocket teeth divided by the number of teeth on the rear driver). Common gear combinations are: 23/8, 25/9, 28/10. 

A combination that has a smaller gear ratio will be easier to pedal at first, but you will “max out” faster, meaning you won’t be able to pedal anymore once you reach a certain speed. The opposite goes for a larger gear ratio. It will take more force when you start pedaling, but once you are moving at a higher speed you will still be able to pedal. As we mentioned or most riders, the standard gear ratio of 2.75 will function just fine for everyday riding, so choosing a non-standard ratio should only be for the riders that need a special setup for their style of riding.