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Bicycle cranksets and chainrings

Cranksets and chainrings

When choosing cranks , the size and type of bottom bracket is important. There are variants with 1 to 3 converters to select from. For a functioning shift, you must also have a correctly selected derailleur and shift lever. The length of the cranks is chosen according to the height of the rider, the exact size will be revealed by Bikefitting seat measurement. Most often, cranks are made of aluminium, the lightest ones are made of carbon. Single chainrings, tensioners or rock rings can be purchased separately.

Here is a brief description of the features to consider when choosing a cranks:

  • Material:
    • Aluminium: Lightweight and durable material, commonly used in middle class cranks.
    • Carbon fibre: Offering an excellent balance between very low weight and good stiffness, it is often found in higher end cranks.
    • Steel: Durable but heavy duty, usually used in basic and cheap handles
  • Length: Common lengths range from 165 mm to 180 mm. Shorter cranks can provide a faster cadence, while longer cranks can offer more leverage.
  • Compatibility with bottom bracket: Crankes must fit to the bottom bracket standard.
  • Chainrings: Cranks can have one, two or even three chainrings. The number of gear teeth determines the gear ratio. Choose the system that matches your drive and preferences
  • Q-factor: The Q-factor is the lateral distance between the pedals, which is given by the crank deflection. It affects the rider's position on the bike. A narrow Q-factor can reduce the load on the knees but can affect stability.

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SRAM crank covers, black In stock > 10 pairs

Sale SRAM crank covers, black

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