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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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105 FC-5800 11-Speed Crankset Black, 175mm, 50/34

In the case of the Shimano 105 FC-5800 11-speed Crankset, the term "trickle-down" should more aptly be replaced by "deluge-down." The new 105 crank employs so much of the technology and performance of its more expensive Ultegra and Dura-Ace siblings that it begins to look a bit like cannibalism, and that's a great thing for you if you don't want to drop major coin on a crankset, but still want great stuff. Replacing the 5700-series family of 105 parts, the new 5800 group steps up to 11 speeds, and its performance is now on-par with that of Dura-Ace from only a few seasons ago. That's pretty remarkable. So how does the 5800-series crank do it? Most notable to the eye is the adoption of Shimano's new 4-bolt spider and chainring configuration. Not only does the new design simultaneously lighten and stiffen the crank, it means the 105 crank now comes with only one bolt-circle diameter (or BCD) measurement -- as on Ultegra and Dura-Ace. Now you can have its chainrings swapped out between the available 53/39-, 52/36-, or 50/34-tooth combinations without needing new crankarms. Also along with Ultegra and Dura-Ace, the 105 chainrings are now constructed using carbide elements that lighten them while also boosting their rigidity for greater power transfer, durability, and more precise shifting. The Shimano 105 FC-5800 11-Speed Crankset is available only in the color Black. It comes with arm lengths of 170, 172. 5, or 175 millimeters and with 53/39-, 52/36-, or 50/34-tooth chainring combinations. A bottle bracket is not included.

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105 FC-5800 11-Speed Crankset Black, 175mm, 52/36

In the case of the Shimano 105 FC-5800 11-speed Crankset, the term "trickle-down" should more aptly be replaced by "deluge-down." The new 105 crank employs so much of the technology and performance of its more expensive Ultegra and Dura-Ace siblings that it begins to look a bit like cannibalism, and that's a great thing for you if you don't want to drop major coin on a crankset, but still want great stuff. Replacing the 5700-series family of 105 parts, the new 5800 group steps up to 11 speeds, and its performance is now on-par with that of Dura-Ace from only a few seasons ago. That's pretty remarkable. So how does the 5800-series crank do it? Most notable to the eye is the adoption of Shimano's new 4-bolt spider and chainring configuration. Not only does the new design simultaneously lighten and stiffen the crank, it means the 105 crank now comes with only one bolt-circle diameter (or BCD) measurement -- as on Ultegra and Dura-Ace. Now you can have its chainrings swapped out between the available 53/39-, 52/36-, or 50/34-tooth combinations without needing new crankarms. Also along with Ultegra and Dura-Ace, the 105 chainrings are now constructed using carbide elements that lighten them while also boosting their rigidity for greater power transfer, durability, and more precise shifting. The Shimano 105 FC-5800 11-Speed Crankset is available only in the color Black. It comes with arm lengths of 170, 172. 5, or 175 millimeters and with 53/39-, 52/36-, or 50/34-tooth chainring combinations. A bottle bracket is not included.

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105 FC-5800 11-Speed Crankset Black, 175mm, 53/39

In the case of the Shimano 105 FC-5800 11-speed Crankset, the term "trickle-down" should more aptly be replaced by "deluge-down." The new 105 crank employs so much of the technology and performance of its more expensive Ultegra and Dura-Ace siblings that it begins to look a bit like cannibalism, and that's a great thing for you if you don't want to drop major coin on a crankset, but still want great stuff. Replacing the 5700-series family of 105 parts, the new 5800 group steps up to 11 speeds, and its performance is now on-par with that of Dura-Ace from only a few seasons ago. That's pretty remarkable. So how does the 5800-series crank do it? Most notable to the eye is the adoption of Shimano's new 4-bolt spider and chainring configuration. Not only does the new design simultaneously lighten and stiffen the crank, it means the 105 crank now comes with only one bolt-circle diameter (or BCD) measurement -- as on Ultegra and Dura-Ace. Now you can have its chainrings swapped out between the available 53/39-, 52/36-, or 50/34-tooth combinations without needing new crankarms. Also along with Ultegra and Dura-Ace, the 105 chainrings are now constructed using carbide elements that lighten them while also boosting their rigidity for greater power transfer, durability, and more precise shifting. The Shimano 105 FC-5800 11-Speed Crankset is available only in the color Black. It comes with arm lengths of 170, 172. 5, or 175 millimeters and with 53/39-, 52/36-, or 50/34-tooth chainring combinations. A bottle bracket is not included.

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Zee FC-M640 Crankset Black, 175mm

When it comes to bang for the buck, Shimano's Zee components -- like this 68/73mm bottom bracket-compatible Zee FC-M640 Crankset -- are hard to beat. Thick-walled aluminum construction with a reinforced steel axle ensures flex and failure are absent from your ride. 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-M640 does not include a bottom bracket, and it comes in three lengths: 165, 170, and 175mm.

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ZEE FC-M645 Crankset Black, 175mm

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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Next SL Crankset Black, 28t/175mm

Starting with the Next LP's carbon inlay and evolving over the years into the full-carbon SL, Race Face has a rich history of incorporating the black weave into its crankarms. The latest and greatest Next SL uses hollow carbon arms and a direct-mount ring to boast a sub one-pound (28t direct mount) weight. Race Face uses carbon and aluminum sourced from the United States and manufacturing resources in its Canadian facility to produce industry-leading quality. The arms are hollow, with no internal structure left over from the manufacturing process. This means the lowest weight possible, and incredible strength. But that's only one aspect to these cranks that makes them Race Face's top offering. A direct-mount chainring is not a new concept, but Race Face's Cinch execution ends up making the Next SL one of the most versatile cranksets available. For easy maintenance, the proprietary Cinch spline uses a standard Park BBT-22 bottom bracket tool for installation. The splined design eliminates the weakness of four-bolt interfaces, and its 7075-T6, 4mm-thick, aerospace-grade aluminum transfers pedal loads without flexing. Race Face provides replacement rings in sizes 26 through 36t, but the cranks are only available with 28 through 34t options. The chainrings work with 9-, 10-, and 11-speed drivetrains, and the rings feature the narrow/wide profile. This design helps to retain the chain by preventing jump, which is due to a tighter interface between inner and outer links. Now there's no need for heavy guides, and with the large-ratio spread of modern cassettes, you can kiss redundant double- and triple-cranksets goodbye. The Race Face Next SL Crankset has a raw carbon finish and comes in 28t/175mm, 30t/175mm, 32t/175mm, and 34t/175mm configurations.

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Chorus 11 4-Arm Crankset 172.5mm, 52/36

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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Chorus 11 4-Arm Crankset 172.5mm, 50/34

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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Chorus 11 4-Arm Crankset 172.5mm, 53/39

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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Rival 22 BB30 Crankset

After SRAM put the works on its fantastic Red drivetrain, bumping up the number of potential gear combinations to 22 and refining the heck out of the system at the same time, it was only a matter of time before the rest of the company's road drivetrain family followed suit. Slotting in just below its also-excellent Force group, Rival now offers 22 gears to those of us who perhaps can't afford the carbon-heavy stuff at the higher price points, and the SRAM Rival 22 BB30 Crankset runs the show for those who want to install the system on their BB30-equipped framesets. Featuring super-stiff, 5mm 7075-T6 CNC-machined aluminum chainrings, the crank utilizes the same X-Glide R precision-shifting technology pioneered on SRAM's revolutionary XX mountain groupset. Shifting is not just smooth, it's lightning-fast, with no "shift lag" as you wait for the chain to connect with the ramp pins on upshifts. The aluminum arms join a machined alloy spider, creating a tremendously stiff package that doesn't weigh all that much more than its carbon equivalents. The Rival 22 crankset, like all SRAM 22-speed drivetrain cranks, is designed to work with any of the company's Yaw front derailleurs, which rotates the cage as it shifts, improving shifting precision and eliminating the need for trimming to avoid chain contact with the cage's rear edges. The crankset, chain, and front derailleur are designed to work in unison, and when properly configured, it's one of the finest drivetrains at any price point. The SRAM Rival 22 BB30 Crankset has a 110mm bolt circle diameter and is designed for BB30-ready framesets. It does not include a bottom bracket. It can be ordered with 170mm, 172. 5mm, and 175mm crankarms, and with 46/36-, 50/34-, and 52/36-tooth chainring combinations. A 172. 5mm version with the 52/36-tooth combo weighs 873 grams. We and SRAM both strongly recommend the use of SRAM 22-speed chains and front derailleurs be used in conjunction with SRAM 22-speed drivetrains for best p...

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Next SL Crankset

Starting with the Next LP's carbon inlay and evolving over the years into the full-carbon SL, Race Face has a rich history of incorporating the black weave into its crankarms. The latest and greatest Next SL uses hollow carbon arms and a direct-mount ring to boast a sub one-pound (28t direct mount) weight. Race Face uses carbon and aluminum sourced from the United States and manufacturing resources in its Canadian facility to produce industry-leading quality. The arms are hollow, with no internal structure left over from the manufacturing process. This means the lowest weight possible, and incredible strength. But that's only one aspect to these cranks that makes them Race Face's top offering. A direct-mount chainring is not a new concept, but Race Face's Cinch execution ends up making the Next SL one of the most versatile cranksets available. For easy maintenance, the proprietary Cinch spline uses a standard Park BBT-22 bottom bracket tool for installation. The splined design eliminates the weakness of four-bolt interfaces, and its 7075-T6, 4mm-thick, aerospace-grade aluminum transfers pedal loads without flexing. Race Face provides replacement rings in sizes 26 through 36t, but the cranks are only available with 28 through 34t options. The chainrings work with 9-, 10-, and 11-speed drivetrains, and the rings feature the narrow/wide profile. This design helps to retain the chain by preventing jump, which is due to a tighter interface between inner and outer links. Now there's no need for heavy guides, and with the large-ratio spread of modern cassettes, you can kiss redundant double- and triple-cranksets goodbye. The Race Face Next SL Crankset has a raw carbon finish and comes in 28t/175mm, 30t/175mm, 32t/175mm, and 34t/175mm configurations.

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Super Record RS Carbon/Ti Crankset One Color, 170mm, 53/39

With the re-design of the Super Record rear derailleur and levers, Campagnolo also re-worked the crankset to create a complete Super Record RS gruppo. Like Super Record, RS uses a titanium spindle which keeps weight low while keeping strength high. It also uses alloy bolts that thread through the big chainring directly into the small ring -- this eliminates the chainring nut to make installation easier and the final product lighter. So what is different in the new RS series? Well, besides updating the graphics to include the venerable tricolore Italian flag, the crankset is now compatible with three chainring configurations, 50/34, 52/36, and 53/39. Now you're able to switch between standard and compact rings without the necessity of owning separate cranksets. This has been enabled by a complete redesign of the spider which is now features 4 arms. With input from professional teams, who began using the gruppo after the Tour Down Under, the chainrings have also received subtle but effective redesigns. The slightly tweaked shape of the teeth allows the Super Record crankset to function even while the chain is fully crossed from your 29 to your 53. This means that you actually have access to all 22 gear ratios. Additionally, shifting between small and large chains is smoother. The Campagnolo Super Record RS Carbon/Ti Crankset is available in three chainring configurations: 50/34t, 52/36t, and 53/39t. Each configuration comes in either 170mm, 172. 5mm, or 175mm lengths.

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Super Record RS Carbon/Ti Crankset One Color, 175mm, 53/39

With the re-design of the Super Record rear derailleur and levers, Campagnolo also re-worked the crankset to create a complete Super Record RS gruppo. Like Super Record, RS uses a titanium spindle which keeps weight low while keeping strength high. It also uses alloy bolts that thread through the big chainring directly into the small ring -- this eliminates the chainring nut to make installation easier and the final product lighter. So what is different in the new RS series? Well, besides updating the graphics to include the venerable tricolore Italian flag, the crankset is now compatible with three chainring configurations, 50/34, 52/36, and 53/39. Now you're able to switch between standard and compact rings without the necessity of owning separate cranksets. This has been enabled by a complete redesign of the spider which is now features 4 arms. With input from professional teams, who began using the gruppo after the Tour Down Under, the chainrings have also received subtle but effective redesigns. The slightly tweaked shape of the teeth allows the Super Record crankset to function even while the chain is fully crossed from your 29 to your 53. This means that you actually have access to all 22 gear ratios. Additionally, shifting between small and large chains is smoother. The Campagnolo Super Record RS Carbon/Ti Crankset is available in three chainring configurations: 50/34t, 52/36t, and 53/39t. Each configuration comes in either 170mm, 172. 5mm, or 175mm lengths.

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Super Record RS Carbon/Ti Crankset One Color, 175mm, 50/34

With the re-design of the Super Record rear derailleur and levers, Campagnolo also re-worked the crankset to create a complete Super Record RS gruppo. Like Super Record, RS uses a titanium spindle which keeps weight low while keeping strength high. It also uses alloy bolts that thread through the big chainring directly into the small ring -- this eliminates the chainring nut to make installation easier and the final product lighter. So what is different in the new RS series? Well, besides updating the graphics to include the venerable tricolore Italian flag, the crankset is now compatible with three chainring configurations, 50/34, 52/36, and 53/39. Now you're able to switch between standard and compact rings without the necessity of owning separate cranksets. This has been enabled by a complete redesign of the spider which is now features 4 arms. With input from professional teams, who began using the gruppo after the Tour Down Under, the chainrings have also received subtle but effective redesigns. The slightly tweaked shape of the teeth allows the Super Record crankset to function even while the chain is fully crossed from your 29 to your 53. This means that you actually have access to all 22 gear ratios. Additionally, shifting between small and large chains is smoother. The Campagnolo Super Record RS Carbon/Ti Crankset is available in three chainring configurations: 50/34t, 52/36t, and 53/39t. Each configuration comes in either 170mm, 172. 5mm, or 175mm lengths.

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Super Record RS Carbon/Ti Crankset

With the re-design of the Super Record rear derailleur and levers, Campagnolo also re-worked the crankset to create a complete Super Record RS gruppo. Like Super Record, RS uses a titanium spindle which keeps weight low while keeping strength high. It also uses alloy bolts that thread through the big chainring directly into the small ring -- this eliminates the chainring nut to make installation easier and the final product lighter. So what is different in the new RS series? Well, besides updating the graphics to include the venerable tricolore Italian flag, the crankset is now compatible with three chainring configurations, 50/34, 52/36, and 53/39. Now you're able to switch between standard and compact rings without the necessity of owning separate cranksets. This has been enabled by a complete redesign of the spider which is now features 4 arms. With input from professional teams, who began using the gruppo after the Tour Down Under, the chainrings have also received subtle but effective redesigns. The slightly tweaked shape of the teeth allows the Super Record crankset to function even while the chain is fully crossed from your 29 to your 53. This means that you actually have access to all 22 gear ratios. Additionally, shifting between small and large chains is smoother. The Campagnolo Super Record RS Carbon/Ti Crankset is available in three chainring configurations: 50/34t, 52/36t, and 53/39t. Each configuration comes in either 170mm, 172. 5mm, or 175mm lengths.

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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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Zee FC-M640 Crankset

When it comes to bang for the buck, Shimano's Zee components -- like this 68/73mm bottom bracket-compatible Zee FC-M640 Crankset -- are hard to beat. Thick-walled aluminum construction with a reinforced steel axle ensures flex and failure are absent from your ride. 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-M640 does not include a bottom bracket, and it comes in three lengths: 165, 170, and 175mm.

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XT Dyna-Sys FC-M780 Triple Crankset Black, 175mm

Following the XTR model, Shimano's trail-tested XT group now offers more options that help tailor the components to suit your riding preferences or favored terrain. This Shimano XT 3x10 Hollowtech II Crankset FC-780 is like its 770 predecessor in many ways, notably the Hollowtech II construction that ensures its stiffness, strength, and lightness. However, XT 780 cranks are now available as 2x10 or 3x10 configurations like the one here. Compared to XT cranks of old, the tooth differential across the chainring set has been minimized and the chainrings are optimized for use with Shimano's HG-X 10-speed chain. The premise of the 3x10 gear configuration is that you can have a huge overall gear spread with improved performance. Part of this comes with the move to 24/32/42 tooth chainrings. The smaller jumps between the chainring tooth counts make the front shifting better than ever, yet you'll still get all the "granny gear" you need if you use it with the available 36t rear cog. Upping the cool factor for these cranks is the carbon-encasing-steel sandwich for the middle chainring. It stiffens up the ring and helps it last longer. The Hollowtech II arms have been reshaped with an asymmetric design that's different yet evokes the sophistication of XTR. The right arm is pressed together with the hollow 24mm spindle at the factory, and the splined left crankarm mates to the spindle during installation and is secured with perhaps Shimano's best detail -- two pinch bolts to secure the arm once the bearing preload is dialed in perfectly. In our experience, it's a superior design in terms of installation, performance, and durability. The Shimano XT 3x10 Hollowtech II Crankset FC-780 is Black and has a 104/64mm bolt circle diameter. The outer two rings are ramped and pinned for easier shifting. It's available in 165-180mm lengths in 5mm increments, and the bottom bracket is included.

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Zee FC-M640 Crankset Black, 170mm

When it comes to bang for the buck, Shimano's Zee components -- like this 68/73mm bottom bracket-compatible Zee FC-M640 Crankset -- are hard to beat. Thick-walled aluminum construction with a reinforced steel axle ensures flex and failure are absent from your ride. 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-M640 does not include a bottom bracket, and it comes in three lengths: 165, 170, and 175mm.

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