Clarks range of chains are offered in a wide range of alternative designs and materials. Precision engineered and available for all systems and in all specifications, whether it’s a single speed coloured chain for a bmx or an 11 speed, self lubricating chain we have it covered.
Standard: Offering exceptional value, this range of chains have been developed with reliability and durability in mind.
C8 8 Speed Bicycle Chain; 1/2”x3/32”
Compatible with Various and Hybrid Derailleur Systems; MTB/ ROAD.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Tomaszek Chain for light casual use.
This chain will work if you want to put it on the bike that is used every now and then but certainly not like every week. The chain parts are not greatly repeatable and shortening or otherwise fixing the chain using chain tool is cumbersome and requires patience. On top of that it is not greatly durable. With not too hard riding and making around 500 km in the time span of 10 day it got stretched beyond the point of 0.75. After 100 km more it was over 1.0 So if you serious about riding in any capacity, you should go for something of better quality.
26 May 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by corkhead rubbish
it worked ok for me for a week but then started jumping gears and eventually snapped clean in half after two weeks of riding
01 February 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Ideal for me
This product was purchased after I noticed that my current chain (4 years old) had worn down a lot and had started slipping.
I purchased this chain as well as a new cassette. After I had installed them both, the whole system ran smoothly. I do however incur a bit of slipping in the middle of the cassette, this might be solvable by adjusting the rear mech though.
Overall, I am satisfied with the product.
22 May 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Good, basic chain
This chain does what it is meant to. It came pregreased and with a Clarks Quick link.
It was a fiddle to get on the bike (always is) but it runs smoothly and doesnt make much sound when riding.
The pins are standard and not fixed, meaning you can take links out easily with a chain link tool.
16 April 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Anonymous Dangerous for fixed gear.
This chain has a lot of torsional play. As in you can twist the chain about 20 degrees. This makes it very able to climb teeth and come off between pedaling and resisting the drive train on a fixed wheel. Should be fine for bmx ect.
17 October 2011