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Campagnolo Chorus 11 4-Arm Crankset Campagnolo Chorus 11 4-Arm Crankset
Completely redesigned for the release of Campy's new mechanical groupsets, the Campagnolo Chorus 11 4-Arm Crankset showcases a number of significant improvements. The new crank is visually striking, but the changes weren't intended to be cosmetic alone. The new crank's 4-arm bolt pattern allows for the installation of any of Campagnolo's chainring combinations -- 50/34, 52/36, or 53/39 -- without the need to swap out the entire crank, which was necessary with the old design. Along the way, Campagnolo shaved weight while boosting rigidity, placing the new Chorus 11 crankset on a level of stiffness that eclipses even the stiffest of Campy's last-generation cranks. The Campagnolo Chorus 11 4-Arm Crankset is available in 170mm, 172. 5mm, and 175mm crankarm lengths, and with 50/34-, 52/36-, or 53/39-tooth chainring combinations.
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Campagnolo Record 11 4-Arm Crankset Campagnolo Record 11 4-Arm Crankset
If we had to choose our favorite piece from Campagnolo's new Record groupset -- and the biggest key to its historical success -- we wouldn't go for the obvious, high-profile shift levers or derailleurs. Instead, we'd point at the radically redesigned Record 11 4-Arm Crankset. This is because, though there are huge changes to its external design, Campagnolo still builds the crankset's internals around the virtually perfect USB (Ultra Smooth Bearings) technology. USB uses the same ceramic ball bearings as Super Record crankset's CULT bearings, only sacrificing smoothness and durability by not including Super Record's Cronitect races. Of course, for us mere mortals, the minute difference in longevity and friction are nearly impossible to identify. If every possible watt over the course of a 21 day grand tour matters, then you may prefer Super Record; otherwise, USB's 50% gain in efficiency over Chorus's steel bearings will likely be more than fast enough. Externally, the big, obvious changes are in the crank arms and chainrings. The crank arms lost a longtime comrade when their number fell to four, which nets a claimed 12% gain in torsional stiffness. They also lost a bit of metal, replacing it with lighter, stiffer carbon that extends all the way to the big ring. Like their predecessors, the new Record crank arms are strategically hollowed in areas that don't need the extra reinforcement in order to reduce weight compared to the new Chorus model, which is only hollow on the non-drive side. Instead of sharing one set of five chain ring coupling holes, both rings now get the benefit of their own set. This effectively standardizes the crankset's bolt circle diameter and lets you switch from compact to standard rings without swapping the entire unit. The full-size rings have eight pins with corresponding up- and downshift zones for immediate shifting engagement, while the semi-compact and compact rings have four pins. All three options are also more aerodynamic, ...
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Campagnolo Super Record 11 4-Arm Crankset Campagnolo Super Record 11 4-Arm Crankset
Life is short, and you only get one shot at it, so you shouldn't waste time riding outdated, sticky, or heavy cranksets. Enter the Campagnolo Super Record 11 4-Arm Crankset, a redesigned legend that's coming back even lighter, stronger, and sleeker than past iterations. A few major changes set the new Super Record apart from its predecessor. Most obviously, the number of arms was reduced from five to four, which Campagnolo claims reduces weight while increasing torsional stiffness up to 12%. Certain areas of the arms have also seen metal swapped out in favor of carbon, and Campy also hollowed out the new arms as much as possible to reduce weight. The Super Record isn't totally redesigned, though--why would it be' The light, powerful, and super-simple Ultra Torque spindle is just as good as ever, and the titanium spindle and bolt save 40g over the steel used in the regular Record. Even better, Campagnolo's legendary CULT ceramic bearings and Cronitect races are so smooth that Campy claims a 3. 5 watt gain per pedal stroke.
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Easton EC90 SL Crank Arms Easton EC90 SL Crank Arms
Now that cyclocross season is over, it's time to pack up your bike and head over to the shop with a new crankset in tow so you can have a double chainring for gravel adventuring. That is, unless you have the new Easton EC90 SL Crank Arms. Designed using Race Face's Cinch technology, these crank arms ship ready to pair with Easton's separately sold Direct Mount Rings for impeccable one-by function and the added capability to quickly swap to a double chainring with separately sold direct-mount spider and chainrings. Easton makes no sacrifices in quality to get this durability, fashioning these crank arms from exceptionally light and stiff EC90 carbon fiber for efficient power transfer that'll be much appreciated when you're rocketing out of a muddy corner surrounded by course tape or clipping in for a Sunday gravel adventure. To accommodate a variety of riding styles, Easton offers one-by chainring pairings for the EC90SL ranging from 38 to 50t, as well as standard, semi-compact, and compact options for double chainring drivetrains. Finally, we're obligated to stress the fact that the ability to swap rings, spiders, and spindles makes these crank arms virtually future-proof. Given the industry's rapid pace of development, that's an impressive claim to be able to make.
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FSA Pro Road Chainring FSA Pro Road Chainring
FSA's Pro Road Chainrings are the ideal replacement inner and outer rings for cranksets with a BCD (bolt circle diameter) of 110 millimeters or 130 millimeters. Machined from AL7075-T6, they are ramped and pinned by the shift-obsessed engineers at FSA to ensure that shifting is precise and smooth with no chain suck. Cause chain suck, well, it sucks. The outer rings feature stainless steel pins for corrosion resistance, and both inner and outer rings accommodate five bolt spiders for compatibility with SRAM and Shimano. The FSA Pro Road Chainrings are compatible with Shimano and SRAM 11 and 10-speed drivetrains, and are available in 110 mm BCD in sizes 36t, 46t, 50t, and 52t, and 130 mm BCD in sizes 39t and 53t in the color Black.
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FSA Super Road Chainring FSA Super Road Chainring
As you'd expect, Full Speed Ahead designed the Super Road Chainring to run smoothly with its in-house components, but the folks at FSA aren't crazy, so they also made sure it would work with certain Shimano and SRAM components as well. Made from 7075 T6 aluminum, the Super Road is slightly thicker in key spots than your average ring, which gives it added stiffness to help you accelerate quickly. It's also ramped and pinned for seriously clean shifts, and available in all different sizes, so you can build up or pare down to your ideal setup.
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Race Face Atlas Cinch Crank Arms Race Face Atlas Cinch Crank Arms
We're not surprised that this was the year for Race Face to bring the steadfast Atlas line into the modular realm, and we're happy to see the time come. Stiffening the already burly model even further with a new forged construction, Race Face ensures the Atlas Cinch Crank Arms now provide DH, trail, and enduro riders with the option to run direct-mount single rings, double chainrings with a spider, or switch between the two. Though the Cinch isn't a new concept for Race Face--which previously released versions of it with the Next SL, SixC and Turbine cranksets--the Atlas fills the modular crankset void for the pedal mashing, crank-shattering DH set. And according to Race Face, it does so while boasting a 12% increase in stiffness compared to the Turbine. That increase in stiffness comes courtesy of the 3D forged back pocket design of the cranks, which laterally reinforces the crank arms while retaining their hardy silhouette. Much like what happened during your best friend's pivotal summer vacation between middle and high school, the Atlas crank arms came back slimmer as well as stronger this year, with Race Face shaving 33g overall (when the crank arms are paired with a 24t chainring) over the previous version by switching from machined arms to forged. The latest Cinch system also makes swapping the Atlas between your enduro monster and nimble trail bike quick and manageable. It's got a new axle that allows you to switch the crankset between bikes with different bottom bracket spacing without having to empty your wallet on an entirely new crankset. Even with its newfound versatility, we still feel the Atlas Crank Arms' continued, and even improved, durability is worth a mention. Without weighing your rig down, the Atlas' beefy design gives you the reassurance that you can make the day as big as you want it to be without the fear that you'll snap your crankset in half when you come back to Earth.
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Race Face Crank Boots Race Face Crank Boots
The Race Face Crank Boots offer an attractive and affordable solution to protecting your favorite cranks from the inevitable bashing and smashing incurred by riding through rough terrain and rock gardens. Crank Boots are especially useful with low-slung trail rigs, as the lower bottom bracket leaves less pedal and crank clearance over rough, boulder-strewn trails. They're also essential to protecting your pricey carbon cranks from unsightly scuffs and scratches.
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Race Face Narrow Wide Chainring Race Face Narrow Wide Chainring
Toss your double and triple-cranksets aside for the streamlined Race Face Narrow Wide Chainring. Offered in 30 through 38-tooth options for a wide range of gearing possibilities, the Narrow Wide Chainring is an optimal solution for cutting precious grams off your bike, while eliminating front shifting altogether. Pairing with 9, 10, and 11-speed drivetrains, this chainring features a Narrow Wide tooth profile to prevent the chain from jumping, allowing you to run a 1X drivetrain without the use of a chain guide. Please note that the Narrow Wide Chainring is only compatible with 104 BCD cranks.
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Race Face Narrow Wide Cinch Direct Mount Chainring Race Face Narrow Wide Cinch Direct Mount Chainring
Of all the recent innovations in mountain biking, the Narrow Wide tooth profile featured on the Narrow Wide Cinch Direct Mount Chainring is arguably the most understated progression. Race Face has designed a tighter interface between the inner and outer links to prevent the chain from jumping. The Narrow Wide Cinch Direct Mount Chainring eliminates the weakness of four-bolt interfaces, and its 7075-T6, 4mm-thick, aerospace-grade aluminum transfers pedal loads without flexing, offering the lightest and stiffest interface between Race Face cranks.
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Race Face Next SL G4 Crank Arms Race Face Next SL G4 Crank Arms
It would've been easy for the engineers at Race Face to sit back and relax for a while after the release of the Next SL, surveying their line of lithe carbon componentry with pride and satisfied nods of approval. We're glad to say that they chose not to do this, and because of it, the gram-conscious world of XC and trail riding can continue to benefit from the brand's persistent quest for improvement. This year, that overachieving spirit has left us with the updated Race Face Next SL G4 Crank Arms, which manage to achieve the elusive industry-wide goal of being both lighter and stiffer than their predecessors through smart construction and an effective choice in materials. Race Face didn't leave itself much room for improvement when it introduced its top-of-the-line Next SL last year, so for the most part, the brand let the effective design of the Next SL stand relatively unchanged. It continues to trust the same hollow carbon arm construction, reshaping the slim arms only slightly to integrate with the redesigned Next Direct Mount chainrings. This process ended up shaving six claimed grams per arm from last year's weight. Anticipating the demands of one-by setups, Race Face also improved the system's lateral stiffness so it can better withstand the chain tension at acute angles that it's likely to experience regularly. It did this by using Super Alloy, a metal that boasts up to a 20% increase in strength compared to the venerable 7050 aluminum, in the spline interface. To offset the weight that this could've added to the setup, it then drilled out the end of the 30mm spindle, removing unnecessary material and saving four more claimed grams in the process. As with the Next SL, the G4 continues to use Race Face's innovative Cinch system, allowing you to switch between one-by direct-mount chainrings or use a removable spider to run a double or triple setup if you swap bikes or change your mind.
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Race Face Next SL G4 Crankset Race Face Next SL G4 Crankset
Rather than deciding to leave its top-of-the-line Next SL alone for a few years, Race Face returned to the drawing board quickly for the design, setting ambitious, but unsurprising goals to eliminate weight and improve lateral stiffness on what's now known as the Next SL G4 Crankset. By trying to surpass a design few could find fault with, the G4 is definitely dreaming big, but with a few changes, Race Face managed to shave 20g off of the G4 compared to the Next SL. Race Face began by slightly reshaping the G4's crank arms, continuing to use its effective hollow carbon construction but tweaking the design in search of yet more weight loss. In doing this, it managed to shave 6g from each of the svelte arms without compromising any of their strength. Race Face was particularly concerned with the amount of tension that the chain would exert on the crankset due to the chain line angles of a one-by setup, so it upgraded the spline to an alloy that's a claimed 20% stronger than 7050 aluminum. To offset the weight that this could've added to the setup, it then CNC'd the end of the 30mm spindle, removing unnecessary material and saving four more grams in the process. We're attaching these crank arms to Race Face's Narrow Wide Cinch Direct Mount Chainring. Regardless of the size you choose, this ring's tenacious chain retention make it almost more valuable than the stiffness and low weight of the crank arms themselves. Almost. The direct-mount design is a lighter, stiffer interface than the old ring/spider/arm design, and it plays the role of babysitter by keeping the chain from jumping around like an unruly adolescent trying to avoid bed time.
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Race Face SIXC Crank Arms - 83mm Spindle Race Face SIXC Crank Arms - 83mm Spindle
Do you just happen to be looking around for the world's lightest DH-rated production crankset' Step right this way and check out the Race Face SIXC Carbon Crank Arms with 83mm Spindle. Made in-house of ultra-high-density unidirectional carbon fiber, and formed with a proprietary hollow-molding process, the SIXC's arms are like Bruce Lee's: there are bigger ones out there, but virtually none that are stronger. The crank is based on the company's Cinch interface, which allows for the installation of both direct-mount Race Face chainrings in a huge range of available sizes, or a four-bolt spider for the installation of any others. The modular 30mm spindle interface means you can swap out the included 83mm spindle for a standard 68/73mm one, both of which are made of RF's proprietary "super alloy" that's 20% stronger than the 7050-series alloy most commonly used in crank spindles. The Race Face SIXC Crank Arms with 83mm Spindle are available in the color Black and in 165mm, 170mm, and 175mm lengths. They do not include and chainrings, spiders, or the necessary Race Face Cinch bottom bracket, which is available for several different bottom bracket platforms.
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Shimano 105 FC-5800 11-Speed Crankset Shimano 105 FC-5800 11-Speed Crankset
The new 11-speed Shimano 105 group is a huge leap forward from the previous 10-speed family, narrowing the gap to its higher-cost siblings Ultegra and Dura-Ace down to a mere sliver. The 105 FC-5800 11-Speed Crankset gives you oodles of performance and gets the drivetrain rolling without draining your bank account. This crankset is lighter and stiffer than previous models, featuring a new, eye-catching 4-bolt spider and chainring configuration with carbide construction to increase shifting precision and power transfer. Pairing all that function with its overall sleek design means you'll get down the road fast and look good while you're at it.
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Shimano Dura-Ace FC-R9100 11-Speed Crankset Shimano Dura-Ace FC-R9100 11-Speed Crankset
If you, like a few of us old souls around the Competitive offices, are holding fast to your belief in the soul of mechanical shifting, Shimano hasn't abandoned you. Though the world may very well be moving towards 100% electronic drivetrains someday in the future, mechanical still makes a hell of a case for itself. With smooth lines, elegant finishing, and functionality beyond reproach, the redesigned mechanical Dura-Ace drivetrain calmly holds its own in this brave new world of wires, batteries, and display screens. It's fitting then, that the Dura-Ace FC-R9100 11-Speed Crankset also comes with the double chainrings that many roadies are loathe to abandon just yet. Call upon your granny gear when needed with this lighter, stronger version of a top-end classic, and embrace tried-and-true tradition of cables. Of course, in the even that you do decide to run electro-shifting, the crank's ring profile plays just as nicely with Di2 derailleurs. Shimano didn't introduce any drastic changes to its proven four-arm design, but it did make a few subtle, deliberate changes to bring it up to the most modern compatibility standards. By widening the crank arm, Shimano was able to move the chainline 0. 5mm outboard; this barely perceptible repositioning was just enough to give the crankset broader compatibility with shorter chainstays and the growing number of road bikes built for disc brakes. The gram counters will be happy to learn that beefing up the crank arm didn't result in a change in weight. Instead, Shimano was able to carefully remove internal material where it wasn't needed, strengthening only the most crucial areas of the crank arms and actually reducing weight by around a claimed 7g over the previous generation. The Japanese brand calls this process Hollowtech II, but it could very well be sorcery for all we know. In addition, Shimano also slightly reshaped the chainrings' gear teeth profile to adapt it to the gearing on disc brake-equipped race bikes. As alway...
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Shimano Saint M825 Crankset Shimano Saint M825 Crankset
Built to withstand the hard hits and big drops of downhill racing, Shimano's Saint drivetrain delivers confident gear shifts on the burliest runs. At the groupset's center, the Saint M825 Crankset drives the chain forward with Shimano's renowned Hollowtech II technology, the strongest steel axle out of all the company's offerings, a reinforcing steel pedal insert, and lighter four-arm construction than its predecessor. The M825 is compatible with 83mm PressFit bottom brackets and ten speed cassettes with a 57. 9mm chain line.
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Shimano Shimano Dura-Ace 9000 Chainring Shimano Shimano Dura-Ace 9000 Chainring
The Shimano Dura-Ace groupset is well known for its precision engineering. This engineering extends into every part of the groupset, including the new 9000-series Chainring. The DA 9000 chainring is made from alloy that has been carbide-reinforced. Carbide is often used in drill tips for longevity and durability, and you'll find those same qualities extend to the chainring. Additionally, the teeth on the rings receive less wear, making for consistent, smooth shifting. But, as perfect as these chainrings are, they are only compatible with Shimano 11-Speed road drivetrains.
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Shimano SLX FC-M7000 1x Crankarms Shimano SLX FC-M7000 1x Crankarms
SLX's recent overhaul this year has left us all marveling at what a "workhorse" groupset can really become. Sleeker graphics, improved functionality, and a whole host of trickle-down technology from XT and XTR have closed the gap between SLX and Shimano's pricier groupsets, and we're thrilled about it. When you spec your bump-devouring trail frame with the SLX FC-M7000 1x Crankarms, you'll gain access to Shimano's impressive Hollowtech II construction, more consistent chain retention, and a lighter design than previous versions of SLX. Plus, it still occupies a price range that's kind to the everyday cyclist, which we can always get behind. As we mentioned, the biggest change that came to SLX crank arms this year is their transition to a Hollowtech II construction. Shimano manages to create stronger crank arms than most solid versions with this design, which is constructed with forged aluminum arranged around a hollow center. This strategic use of material shaves weight while still equipping the crankarms to be bashed over successive hits without complaint, and to transfer power as you work hard to turn them over. It's a fitting construction for today's breed of incredibly capable trail and enduro frames. They pair with either a 30T, 32T, or 34T SLX chainring, which have all been upgraded to offer better chain retention, significantly narrowing the gap between XT and SLX.
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Shimano SLX FC-M7000 2x Boost Crankset Shimano SLX FC-M7000 2x Boost Crankset
Shimano has been steadily upgrading its road drivetrain hierarchy for the past several years now, benevolently delivering trickle-down technology to its more wallet-friendly groupsets to keep improving its designs across price points. Fortunately, the brand hasn't neglected the practice on the mountain side of things either, and this year treated its workhorse SLX groupset to a full 11-speed upgrade. Now built with sleek XT aesthetics and the durability we've always associated with Shimano, SLX looks to recapture some of the pre-spec'd bike build market with its up-to-date technology and accessible mid-range price point. Aiming to appeal to a range of riders and preferences, Shimano made SLX available in several different configurations, with the FC-M7000 2x Boost Crankset created for riders who prefer the gear range of a double chainring and the increase in stiffness of Boost spacing. It benefits from Shimano's Hollowtech II aluminum construction, which consists of a careful cold-forging process that results in stiffer, lighter crank arms than their solid counterparts would be. Rather than making one standard design for each configuration, Shimano adapted its construction details to each configuration, giving the FC-M7000 close gear ratio combinations so that you experience as little lag time in between shifts as possible -- especially helpful when you have seconds to drop into a low gear before a steep roller or are trying to accelerate quickly heading into a flat stretch. The chainrings themselves now boast teeth built with Shimano's Dynamic Chain Engagement technology, which suit them to manage different power outputs depending on the ring. This improves shifting overall by delivering more tailored shifts, along with an always-welcome increase in stiffness and improved chain retention. Shimano also made improvements to the FC-M7000's bottom bracket, developing better seals to guard against invading trail grit and water for this year. Though you won't get the...
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Shimano SLX FC-M7000 2x Crankset Shimano SLX FC-M7000 2x Crankset
Like the principal dancer in an elaborate ballet, the crankset stands as the pristine star of your drivetrain. Though it usually loses its original gleam after a day or two spent rallying through the dirt and mud, the crankset carries significant functional and aesthetic responsibilities. When Shimano overhauled its entire SLX groupset for this year, it showed an admirable attention to both, revealing a resplendent redesign that narrows the gap between SLX and its pricier siblings. If parting with your granny gear sends chills down your spine, the SLX FC-M7000 2x Crankset makes one hell of an upgrade for your trail bike, without losing the affordability SLX has always delivered. Trickle-down technology is the big story with the FC-M7000, appearing in the form of Shimano's Dynamic Chain Engagement (DCE) tooth profile, shaped to grab onto your chain without slowing it down on its journey. Together with the 3D composite chainring profile, the design increases retention by 150% from older designs, and we can't help but note that it looks as clean as it functions. The crankset's aluminum construction blends low weight with durability, and Shimano worked to improve longevity with this latest iteration of SLX. It also shaved weight from the bottom bracket, and lessened the seal drag for a more efficient design overall. Shimano significantly raised the bar on what it means to be a workhorse groupset with the SLX overhaul, and we'd imagine yours won't be the only all-new SLX drivetrain you're seeing on the trails pretty soon.
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Shimano Ultegra 6800 Crankset Shimano Ultegra 6800 Crankset
We've all got multiple cycling lives, ranging from racing road and 'cross to riding charity sportives and all the long training miles that go into preparing for them. Few cranks can comfortably straddle every aspect of the mutable cyclist's life like Shimano's Ultegra 6800 Crankset, which brings the stiff Hollowtech II design of Dura-Ace to a price that appeals to riders outside of the peloton. The Ultegra 6800 Crankset may not be as light as the Dura-Ace model, but it still checks-in at a race-worthy 765g. While the Ultegra 6800 drivetrain's two extra speeds may be the most noticeable upgrade, in truth, the entire crankset has been redesigned to follow in its big brother's footsteps. The biggest change is the use of a four-arm, rather than the traditional five-arm, spider, which saves a claimed 26g. The new crankset design also standardizes the bolt circle diameter, so it accommodates standard or compact chainrings without having to spring for a completely new crankset. You're able to switch gearing from a 55-42t down to a 46-36t in a matter of a few minutes.
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Shimano XT FC-M8000 1x Crank Arms Shimano XT FC-M8000 1x Crank Arms
Building up a new bump-devouring enduro sled has never been more fun. Rather than agonizing over the cost of pro-level drivetrains, self-sponsored cyclists have the privilege of riding components nicer than what the pros of not so long ago were riding. Shimano's XT drivetrain is a perfect example of this; if XTR's not in the cards, save yourself a giant credit card bill and upgrade to XT instead. The new XT FC-M8000 1x Crank Arms recently received an opulent upgrade, returning with better bearings and seals as well as XTR's Hollowtech II Construction, ready to barrel through the rough and rocky stuff with poise. Before you pick up the FC-M8000 and start to doubt that it's solid enough to actually withstand the abuse you're about to give it on-trail, think about Hollowtech II. Cold-forged aluminum with a hollowed center establishes an extremely durable structure, while shaving unnecessary weight from the middle of the crank arms. Don't concern yourself with longevity or durability worries, because the FC-M8000's bombproof construction actually makes it stronger than many solid crank arms. Enjoy smoother bearings and seals better equipped to keep out dirt and debris, and rest assured that Shimano's simple thru-axle and pinch bolt design returns to make installation quick and pain-free, once again.
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Shimano XT FC-M8000 Double Crankset Shimano XT FC-M8000 Double Crankset
Shimano's update to Deore XT has brought it almost on par with its pro-level sibling, XTR, and aside from a few weight and aesthetic differences, it's pretty tough to tell the two apart. If the thought of abandoning your granny gears forever in favor of a one-by makes your stomach flip, chill out and know that the Shimano XT FC-M8000 Double Crankset won't force you to do any such thing. Benevolently bestowed with trickle-down technology in the form of Shimano's Hollowtech II arms, the FC-M8000 comes prepared for all kinds of off-road rowdiness, with a hollow spindle to save weight and a rugged aluminum construction. Shimano made the M8000 straightforward to install and set up, and it includes two improved 3D composite chainrings to hang onto your chain with precision, without slowing down its orbit. The bottom bracket even got to join in on the update fun as well, returning with a more efficient seal, lower weight, and improved longevity, giving the crankset the sleeker functionality to match its equally streamlined aesthetics.
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Shimano XT M8000 1x Crankset Shimano XT M8000 1x Crankset
The new Shimano 11-speed XT group borrows a huge swatch of technology from last year's updates to the top-end XTR line, resulting in a component group that closely mirrors its more expensive sibling and offers a more affordable option for those of us on a budget. The XT M8000 Crankset keeps the gears turning with advanced Hollowtech II construction and chain management features to keep you on track and zooming down the trail. While Shimano's bearings have always been solid, the M8000 gets an update with smaller bearings and improved seals for an even smoother ride that efficiently transfers power into forward motion. The Hollowtech II cold-forging process results in crankarms that are both stiffer and lighter than most solid crankarms, and they install in a flash with a thru-axle and pinch bolt design. The M8000 chainrings bring some additional chain-retention features to the table to make this crankset hum, including Dynamic Chain Engagement (DCE) design, a special tooth shape that results in a claimed 150% better chain retention than standard chainring teeth. The DCE tooth shape is a signature squared-off and slightly hooked profile that grabs the chain when it needs to, and lets it slide by at the back end of the pedal stroke for smooth power over any terrain. The XT M8000 1x Crankset is available with several chainring size options, allowing riders to maximize the trail ride experience based on their specific gearing needs.
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Shimano XT M8000 SM-CRM81 1x Chainring Shimano XT M8000 SM-CRM81 1x Chainring
A larger cassette gear range and classy new aesthetics define the XT M8000 line, and weight being one of the only distinguishing factors between it and its pricier sibling. Don't forget to grab an XT M8000 1x Chainring to go with your setup, as it delivers Dynamic Chain Engagement (DCE) technology to grab onto your chain and not let go as you enjoy the wealth of possibility your new gear range delivers. The hooked and subtly squared profile was engineered to provide grip without slowing you down as you pedal towards whatever the trail has in store. Shimano is a master at spreading the wealth of trickle-down technology across its product lines, so if you've been trying to upgrade and wallowing in dismay about the high price tag of XTR, you can stop now. Overhauling its entire XT line, Shimano brought the groupset up to the level that XTR was at just a few years back, giving dirt hounds the chance to ride with the precision of XTR, without the price tag.
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Shimano XTR FC-M9000-2 2x Race Crankset Shimano XTR FC-M9000-2 2x Race Crankset
Shimano's latest XTR crankset is, undoubtedly, its best mountain crankset ever. The crankarms themselves have received a few upgrades, mainly to reduce weight, but the chainrings have been extensively. The result is that the XTR FC-M9000-2 2x Race Crankset is lighter and stiffer than any XTR crankset before. The M9000's crankarms use Shimano's tried-and-true formula--hollow-armed aluminum arms with proprietary spider and ring technology. A few changes have been made, however. The left side (non-drive) is now hollow-bonded for a reduction in weight. The drive side also loses a few grams, while it carries a new four-bolt spider that is compatible all of the single- or doublering configurations os Shimano's new 9000 group. The chainrings have been completely redesigned for reduced weight and increased stiffness. The rings are hollow. They are stiffer than ever, however, thanks to their carbon-reinforced titanium alloy construction. Shift paths have been computer optimized for smooth and virtually instant shifting. The teeth are also titanium and have been hollowed out as well to save every possible gram.
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Shimano XTR FC-M9020-1 1x Trail Crank Arms Shimano XTR FC-M9020-1 1x Trail Crank Arms
Without getting into any of Shimano's new technology, just take a look at the XTR 1x Trail Crank Arms. They're stunning. Shimano's slow march back towards aesthetically-pleasing parts has been good to see, and the new XTR kit looks to be the crowning achievement. Now, while Shimano maintains that front derailleurs still have a place in mountain biking, the vast majority of us have seen the single-ring light. So, Shimano's made their XTR arms available for those of us who wish to use a single ring but can't resist the glossy gray allure of Japanese drivetrain parts. The Trail version of these arms, which you see here, is constructed using Shimano's tried-and-true HollowTech II technology, though the Trail version is a little less hollow than the Race versions. The XTR Trail Crank Arms include neither a chainring or a bottom bracket -it's up to you to find the perfect match for your frame and riding style and put together the ultimate drivetrain.
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Shimano XTR FC-M9020-2 2x Trail Crankset Shimano XTR FC-M9020-2 2x Trail Crankset
As its name might suggest, Shimano intends the XTR FC-M9020-2 2x Trail Crankset for off-road cyclists who require beefy gear because they literally hit the trail when they hit the trail. It's a built-up version of Shimano's Race crankset, made to stay stiff and sturdy when you're riding the ragged edge on trail furniture island. The Trail cranks aren't a step down, efficiency-wise. They're underwritten by the same HollowTech II crank arm technology, they're just not quite as hollow as the Race models. The chainrings also have chain-retaining titanium teeth with shifting paths and ramps designed to facilitate the precise shifting you expect from XTR.
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Shimano XTR M9000 1x Chainring Shimano XTR M9000 1x Chainring
With the advent of Shimano's XTR one-by drivetrain, a simplified, lighter crankset was finally married to the most precise, smoothest shifting mechanical rear derailleur in off-road scene. At the heart of this drivetrain is the XTR M9000 1x Chainring, which brings the same carbon-reinforced titanium construction found on Shimano's flagship double and triple groups to your one-by fantasy. The big change comes in the stainless steel teeth, with are larger and shaped differently than their shifting counterparts in order to help keep your chain glued to the ring.
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Shimano ZEE FC-M645 Crankset Shimano ZEE FC-M645 Crankset
When it comes to bang for the buck, Shimano's Zee components -- like this 83mm bottom bracket-compatible Zee FC-M645 Crankset -- are hard to beat. Thick-walled aluminum construction with a reinforced steel axle ensures flex and failure are absent from gravity-fueled runs. These two-piece cranks are 10-speed only and come with a 36t chainring. For added durability, Shimano gives the Zee cranks steel pedal inserts. The drive-side arm has a 104mm BCD, and it uses alloy chainring bolts. Shimano's Zee FC-M645 does not include a bottom bracket, and it comes in three lengths: 165, 170, and 175mm.
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SRAM Force 1 BB30 Crankset SRAM Force 1 BB30 Crankset
There may be no real need to go to a one-by set up on your road rig, but the SRAM Force 1 BB30 Crankset may create the logic to do so--especially if your road rides tend to start on tarmac and end on gravel or dirt. Force 1 shares the same goals as the successful SRAM CX1 crankset, and those are to give you less chain drops and shift misses, as well as cleaner lines for the chain and your eyes. The SRAM X-Sync chainring holds your chain tight and works to clear any trail debris from the chain should you get dirt-minded on your road adventure. And with the variety of chainring sizes available, the Force 1 is ready to do a 200-mile flat epic or dance with you as you tackle some off-road mountain passes.
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SRAM Force 1 GXP Crankset SRAM Force 1 GXP Crankset
Taking its aim from the hugely successful CX1 groupset, SRAM's Force 1 GXP Crankset retains the cyclocross specific benefits of CX1 and matures them into a fully capable and multidiscipline concept. Force 1 moves your riding in the direction of pure bliss, rewarding you with smoother and cleaner chain lines and greater chain retention. It also removes the annoyance of front derailleur shifting and chain-rub noise.SRAM achieves one-by bliss with its X-SYNC chain ring, which features tall, narrow teeth that encourages the chain to catch sooner and more securely while shedding any mud you encounter on your adventure. Whether you are cyclocross and gravel-specific or a time-trial enthusiast, crankarm options include both a 110mm and a 130mm BCD option to accommodate a wide range of chainring sizes.
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SRAM Force 1 X-Sync 11-speed Chainring SRAM Force 1 X-Sync 11-speed Chainring
SRAM's Force 1 is its cyclocross-specific 1x11 group. As you might expect, SRAM took the best of its mountain groups and crossed them with the best of its road groups to create the ultimate tough, lightweight, element-proof drivetrain. At the heart of this system is the Force 1 X-Sync 11-speed chainring. Borrowed from SRAM's top-shelf 1x mountain group, XX1, X-Sync technology is what makes the single ring up front possible without any kind of front derailleur or chain keeper. The tall, square-edged teeth engage the chain sooner than standard teeth. They are taller, but sharper and narrower to move the chain efficiently and minimize deflection. SRAM also included mud-clearing recesses to keep the inner links and rollers clear of debris, so you'll finish the race with the same number of gears that you started with.
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SRAM Force 22 BB30 Crankset SRAM Force 22 BB30 Crankset
SRAM's new Force 22 BB30 Crankset features unidirectional carbon in the crank arms matched to a forged alloy spider to deliver the ultimate power and precision in your drivetrain. The Force 22 BB30's new carbon arms use less material without sacrificing stiffness, and the hidden bolt pattern allows SRAM to take full advantage of the carbon fiber to further improve stiffness and save weight. SRAM keeps the 130mm bolt circle diameter standard to ensure compatibility with aftermarket chainrings, but with the mounting bolt now integrated within the carbon structure, SRAM enhances the accuracy and speed of front shifts. The Force 22 also features stiffer X-GlideR chainrings, which are machined from 5mm thick 7075-T6 aluminum and have been carefully tuned to the 11-speed drivetrain. The chainrings have advanced shift timing pins and ramps that are designed to offer flawless shifting performance with the Yaw Front Derailleur.
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SRAM Force 22 Chainring SRAM Force 22 Chainring
If you're looking to change up your crankset to ready it for a summer of more competitive racing, grab the SRAM Force 22 Chainring and get the setup you need without the hassle. Compatible with SRAM Force 22 11 Yaw speed cranks, the replacement options come in 110 and 130 BCD versions, and offer you the option to add a climbing gear or get race-ready standard double gearing instead. The chainring comes with the same machined alloy construction as those that ship with the Force 22 crankset, so if you're replacing a damaged ring, you won't muddy up the aesthetics or compromise on quality on your lovingly built steed.
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SRAM Force 22 GXP Crankset SRAM Force 22 GXP Crankset
Beyond the 22 gears, the Force 22 GXP Crankset draws heavily from SRAM's Red technology for more precision and power than before. SRAM lays up the cranks with unidirectional carbon fibers. When placed parallel to each other, the strength of carbon fiber is maximized so that the loads work along the axis of the fibers. This also means the amount of carbon used is able to be reduced, which in turn means greater weight savings. The unidirectional carbon decreases flex, which means every pedal stroke counts for a bit more. The spider it's mated to is a forged alloy that includes the spindle on the non-drive side. SRAM chose to use a 130mm diameter spider, which means you're able to use it with most aftermarket chainrings. Taking the standard a bit further, however, the mounting bolt has been incorporated into the backside of the crank arm. This reduces deflection and ensures no skipped front shifts. Trickling down from the SRAM Red group are the Exogram chainrings. SRAM uses its "True 22" X Glide R chainring calibration, ensuring no missed shifts. They are machined from 5mm 7075-T6 aluminum and specifically designed for the 11-speed system with optimized shift ramp profiles and stiffness.
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SRAM GX 1000 1x BB30 Crankset SRAM GX 1000 1x BB30 Crankset
The SRAM GX component group provides tons of options, so you can pick and choose your drivetrain from a bunch of different, completely compatible component choices. The GX 1000 is just like its big brother, the GX 1400, except that it's about 50 grams heavier and quite a bit less expensive. SRAM decided to build the 1000 series cranks without the Open Core technology of the 1400 series cranks to keep costs down. Of course, this adds weight, but it may be worth the compromise for the rider on a budget. The SRAM GX 1x chainring uses X-SYNC technology. Each tooth's thickness is CNC machined to work seamlessly with the chain's inner and outer links to hold the chain in place in any terrain. With X-SYNC you never need a front derailleur, tensioner, or chain keeper to maintain perfect control over your chain.
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SRAM GX 1400 1x BB30 Crankset SRAM GX 1400 1x BB30 Crankset
With so many different standards, it can be difficult to set up your bike just how you want it and still have all the components work together. The SRAM GX group provides just about every possible option for your drivetrain, so you can lay it out exactly how you want, and you'll be sure that everything will work together perfectly. The GX 1400 1x BB30 Crankset is SRAM's most modern aluminum 1x crankset. The SRAM GX 1x BB30 Crankset works with a single up front and will only mount to a BB30 bottom bracket. The GX crankset comes in several versions, including the value-oriented 1000 and the mid-range 1200, but the 1400 is the best there is. It's lighter than the others, thanks to hollow-forged crank arms, but it doesn't lose any stiffness to its solid-armed sisters. Mated to a forged aluminum spider, in fact, the GX is stiffer than most cranks on the market, even far more expensive competitors. The SRAM GX 1x chainring uses X-SYNC technology. Each tooth's thickness is CNC machined to work seamlessly with the chain's inner and outer links to hold the chain in place in any terrain. With X-SYNC you never need a front derailleur, tensioner, or chain keeper to maintain perfect control over your chain.
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SRAM GX 1400 1x GXP Crankset SRAM GX 1400 1x GXP Crankset
In the early days of mountain biking, everyone ran a triple up front. Singlespeeds became pretty common in the late nineties, but it wasn't until recently that geared bikes with one or two front rings became the norm. The SRAM GX group provides several options for each layout. The GX1 1400 GXP Crankset is SRAM's most modern aluminum 1x crankset. The SRAM GX1 GXP Crankset works with a single up front and will only mount to a Truvativ GXP bottom bracket. The GX crankset comes in several versions, including the value-oriented 1000 and the mid-range 1200, but the 1400 is the best there is. It's lighter than the others, thanks to hollow-forged crank arms, but it doesn't lose any stiffness to its solid-armed sisters. Mated to a forged aluminum spider, in fact, the GX is stiffer than most cranks on the market, even far more expensive competitors. The SRAM GX 1x chainring uses X-SYNC technology. Each tooth's thickness is CNC machined to work seamlessly with the chain's inner and outer links to hold the chain in place in any terrain. With X-SYNC you never need a front derailleur, tensioner, or chain keeper to maintain perfect control over your chain.
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SRAM Powerglide Road Chainring - 10-Speed SRAM Powerglide Road Chainring - 10-Speed
SRAM offers its Inner Chainring, ideal for both road and 'cross riding, in myriad sizes to humor our impulses and account for whatever a given race throws our way. This ring is stamped from 7075-T6 alloy, a string of numbers and letters that is really just a funny way to spell "gear that will last." It gets the SRAM/TruVativ machining and coining treatment for precise shifting and the alloy is strain-hardened for virtual invincibility. The SRAM Inner Chainring - Road is available in 110 or 130 millimeter BCD (Bolt Circle Diameter) with 34, 36, 38, 39, 42, or 46 teeth. Please note that this ring is only 10-speed compatible.
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SRAM Rival 1 GXP Crankset SRAM Rival 1 GXP Crankset
With one-by drivetrains firmly established as a viable option in the mountain and cyclocross realms, SRAM is now in the process of expanding the one-by paradigm to the road with its Rival 1 group. The Rival 1 GXP Crankset sits at the center of the group to guide the chain through the pedal stroke with perfect lines and outstanding chain retention. While some of us at Competitive's office remain skeptical of a sole chainring's utility in more mountainous regions, others are eager to sacrifice a top-end gear or two for the weight savings and clean simplicity of the new options. Whatever the case, this setup certainly shows promise for riders living in less aggressive topographies and may be an ideal setup to ditch the front derailleur and save some weight for crits and time trials. The crank arms are fashioned from forged aluminum for efficient power transfer at a much lower price point than their carbon fiber counterparts. The chainring's teeth feature a distinctly tall, squared-off profile that catches the chain earlier and releases it later in the pedal rotation than standard triangular teeth, improving chain stability and retention. The teeth also have rounded chamfer edges to aid chain retention and minimize deflection. SRAM also keeps b-road adventures in mind by including recesses that help clear mud. The SRAM Rival 1 GXP Crankset is compatible with GXP-equipped framesets with 130mm and 135mm rear spacing.
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SRAM Road Inner Chainring - 11-Speed SRAM Road Inner Chainring - 11-Speed
Give your drivetrain a refresh or update your gearing with the SRAM 11-Speed Inner Chainring. Ideal for road and cyclocross applications, this chainring comes in a variety of sizes to account for whatever terrain daily rides and races throw your way.This ring is stamped from lightweight and durable aluminum and is compatible with SRAM's 11-speed road drivetrains.
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SRAM X-Glide 11-speed 110BCD Chainring SRAM X-Glide 11-speed 110BCD Chainring
The SRAM X-Glide 11-speed Chainring is 5mm thick for added stiffness and decisive shifting control. With the same upshift rivets that make SRAM'S XX mountain groupset so fast, the X-glides are made from CNC-machined 7075-T6 aluminum for precise shape and ramp. Ideal for use with SRAM X-glide chains, chainrings, and front derailleurs, this 11-speed Chainring ensures you can always find the next gear when you need it.
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SRAM X-SYNC Direct Mount Chainring SRAM X-SYNC Direct Mount Chainring
SRAM's new X-SYNC chain profile generated quite a bit of buzz when it was introduced, and for good reason. If you've been wondering what all the fuss is about, take a chance on change and add the X-SYNC Direct Mount Chainring to your one-by arsenal. The practicality of X-SYNC's easy interchangeability cannot be overstated; if your next XC race is full of flat, fast laps, but you decide to try out a weekly race series at your hometown ski mountain, the ability to swap out your chainrings for the most appropriate gear range is incredibly useful. You'll be able to do that with X-SYNC, and you'll also gain a chainring with tall, squared teeth that grip your chain with precision while shedding mud and debris quickly on rougher trails. An aluminum spider anchors the entire design, reinforcing it for spill-proof durability without an sacrificing its low weight.
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SRAM X01 GXP Direct Mount Crankset SRAM X01 GXP Direct Mount Crankset
Admit it: you don't really need your extra granny gear anymore. Sure, you'll use it if it's there, but like your childhood night light, you're more reassured by the presence of a granny gear than by what it's actually doing. Upgrade to SRAM's venerable X01 one-by drivetrain and in addition to gaining a shockingly wide cassette, you'll be able to rally over the rough stuff with the benefit of SRAM's nearly indestructible X01 Direct Mount Crankset. The cranket's direct mount design essentially throws out the extra weight of a spider for a cleaner built-in aluminum spider setup that's just as durable as more traditional designs. Carbon fiber crank arms complement the spider, and aside from a few cosmetic details, they're almost identical to SRAM's pricier XX1 crankset, so don't worry about sacrificing functionality for a drop in price. If the loamy singletrack you ride rarely dries out, you'll appreciate the squared-off teeth that adorn the X-Sync chainring, shaped specifically to clear mud and gunk so you don't get bogged down on sticky stretches of trail. Even if drier terrain is more the norm for you, ride reassured that X-Sync's profile will latch onto your chain and keep it securely in place while you focus on the line ahead.
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SRAM X01 X-SYNC Chainring- 104 BCD SRAM X01 X-SYNC Chainring- 104 BCD
Customize your ride with the SRAM X01 X-SYNC 104 BCD Chainring. With five available ratios from 32 to 38 teeth in two-tooth increments, you can pick the gearing that works best for the terrain you're about to tackle. Once you're dialed in, SRAM's special machining process makes sure your chain stays on the ring and powering you forward for a fun day on the trail.
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SRAM X1 1000 BB30 Crankset SRAM X1 1000 BB30 Crankset
It's no secret that SRAM's revolutionary 1x11 drivetrain platform has risen to dominance in the world of mountain bikes. While it originally debuted at the top-end of the market, SRAM has thankfully trickled down 1x11 technology into more wallet-friendly groups, notably the X1 groupset. The SRAM X1 1000 BB30 crank you see here goes to show that the company is as dedicated to the everyday rider and weekend warrior as it is to the pros. The X1 crankset comes in several versions, including the top-notch 1400 and the midrange 1200, but the 1000 is where you get the best bang for your buck. It doesn't get the hollow-forged arms of the 1400, and it uses a slightly heavier 6000-series aluminum for its arm material than the 7000-series used in the 1200, but all told, the 1000 crank gives up only 50 grams of weight compared to the lightest 1400. Mated to a forged aluminum spider, in fact, the X1 1000 is stiffer than most cranks on the market, even far more expensive competitors. Like the XX1 and X01 cranksets, the X1's X-SYNC chainrings -- available in size from 30 to 38 teeth -- feature a special alternating-offset tooth profile that "locks" the chain onto the ring to prevent dropping, even over the most abusive and bumpy terrain. The SRAM X1 1000 BB30 Crankset is available in two arm lengths -- 170mm and 175mm -- and in the color Black. It is for use with BB30 or PF30 bottom bracket platforms only, not standard threaded bottom brackets, and it comes with a 32-tooth chainring.
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SRAM XX1 Chainring SRAM XX1 Chainring
At first glance, the SRAM XX1 Chainring is a simple design. Upon closer inspection, the tooth profile reveals a unique shape. The thickness alternates to match the inside width of the inner and outer chain links. This ensures a chain-to-ring interface so secure that when used with the XX1 rear derailleur, a chain tensioner isn't needed. To hold the ring securely on the crank, the bolts thread directly into the ring.
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SRAM XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset - 156 Q-factor SRAM XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset - 156 Q-factor
SRAM's XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset achieves a low 156 Q-factor by taking advantage of two of the crank's essential design characteristics: spider-free mounting and a single chainring. The result places the pedals over a centimeter closer to the bottom bracket than they'd be on a 168. Though that may not seem like much in the vacuum of a tech spec sheet, that centimeter can feel like miles when the extra clearance provides a bit more room for error on the ragged edge. Except for the narrower profile, this crankset features the same lightweight, carbon stiffness of the wider model. The standard XX1 chainring-to-chain redesign returns unchanged, featuring a pattern of wide/narrow teeth with tall, square edges to maintain early, confident engagement for popping up rocky climbs or dropping the hammer in a finale. The direct mount version also affords the option of quickly subbing different sizes of rings for different shapes of terrain, giving the true all-mountain racer a bit of start-line flexibility to adapt to a given course, and SRAM's GXP design uses a 22mm gutter on the non-drive side to reduce friction and weight without sacrificing the drive side's power transfer.
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