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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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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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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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X1 1400 GXP Crankset Red, 175mm

It's safe to say that SRAM's 1x11 drivetrain systems have swept through the mountain bike world. The superiority of the configuration is evident from any angle, and now, with the new X1 group slotting in below the top-line XX1 and next-best X01, the system is available at a friendlier price point. Now enter the SRAM X1 1400 GXP Crankset, to keep it all turning. The X1 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 X1 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 1400 GXP Crankset is available in two arm lengths -- 170mm and 175mm -- and in two colors: Red and Black. It comes with a 32-tooth chainring and no bottom bracket.

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X1 1400 GXP Crankset Black, 175mm

It's safe to say that SRAM's 1x11 drivetrain systems have swept through the mountain bike world. The superiority of the configuration is evident from any angle, and now, with the new X1 group slotting in below the top-line XX1 and next-best X01, the system is available at a friendlier price point. Now enter the SRAM X1 1400 GXP Crankset, to keep it all turning. The X1 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 X1 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 1400 GXP Crankset is available in two arm lengths -- 170mm and 175mm -- and in two colors: Red and Black. It comes with a 32-tooth chainring and no bottom bracket.

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X1 1400 BB30 Crankset Black, 175mm

Having thoroughly dominated the world of mountain biking since its debut only two years ago, SRAM's 1x11 drivetrain platform has gotten even friendlier with the introduction of the new X1 group, established as the value-oriented 1x11 family below the top-line XX1 and mid-range X01 groups. This SRAM X1 1400 BB30 Crankset is for those of you riding a BB30 frameset who want to capitalize on 1x11 innovation, without breaking the bank. The X1 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 X1 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 1400 GXP Crankset is available in two arm lengths -- 170mm and 175mm -- and in two colors: Red and Black. It comes with a 32-tooth chainring and no bottom bracket.

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X1 1400 BB30 Crankset Red, 175mm

Having thoroughly dominated the world of mountain biking since its debut only two years ago, SRAM's 1x11 drivetrain platform has gotten even friendlier with the introduction of the new X1 group, established as the value-oriented 1x11 family below the top-line XX1 and mid-range X01 groups. This SRAM X1 1400 BB30 Crankset is for those of you riding a BB30 frameset who want to capitalize on 1x11 innovation, without breaking the bank. The X1 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 X1 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 1400 GXP Crankset is available in two arm lengths -- 170mm and 175mm -- and in two colors: Red and Black. It comes with a 32-tooth chainring and no bottom bracket.

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X1 1000 BB30 Crankset Black, 175mm

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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X1 1000 GXP Crankset Black, 175mm

In a discipline that makes its name tackling the roughest terrain possible at racing speeds, minimizing the number of moving parts that can fail is a capital-g Good thing. It's little wonder, then, that SRAM's 1X drivetrains have become so popular. Given its position in SRAM's groupset hierarchy, the X1 1000 GXP Crankset is usually the gateway drug for any burgeoning 1x11 addiction. The 1000 enjoys many of the benefits found in the lighter and more expensive 1200 and 1400 models, but at a price point that appeals to those of us who aren't sponsored. The crankset relies on the proven GXP bottom bracket, which is a sealed design that reduces weight and, more importantly, friction. This crankset's real significance, however, is its single chainring. The simplicity of a single ring up front appeals to us on so many levels, including half the maintenance of a two-derailleur drivetrain, lower weight, and a romantic appeal to cycling's bygone era when cranks didn't come in sets. The taller, squared-off teeth grab the chain earlier and the sharper teeth keep the chain from bouncing off. The 1000 also benefits from the mud-clearing design used across the X1 line. The SRAM X1 1000 GXP Crankset is available with 170 and 175 millimeter crankarms and with a 32-tooth ring.

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X1 1400 GXP Crankset

It's safe to say that SRAM's 1x11 drivetrain systems have swept through the mountain bike world. The superiority of the configuration is evident from any angle, and now, with the new X1 group slotting in below the top-line XX1 and next-best X01, the system is available at a friendlier price point. Now enter the SRAM X1 1400 GXP Crankset, to keep it all turning. The X1 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 X1 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 1400 GXP Crankset is available in two arm lengths -- 170mm and 175mm -- and in two colors: Red and Black. It comes with a 32-tooth chainring and no bottom bracket.

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X1 1400 BB30 Crankset

Having thoroughly dominated the world of mountain biking since its debut only two years ago, SRAM's 1x11 drivetrain platform has gotten even friendlier with the introduction of the new X1 group, established as the value-oriented 1x11 family below the top-line XX1 and mid-range X01 groups. This SRAM X1 1400 BB30 Crankset is for those of you riding a BB30 frameset who want to capitalize on 1x11 innovation, without breaking the bank. The X1 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 X1 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 1400 GXP Crankset is available in two arm lengths -- 170mm and 175mm -- and in two colors: Red and Black. It comes with a 32-tooth chainring and no bottom bracket.

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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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X1 1400 GXP Crankset Red, 170mm

It's safe to say that SRAM's 1x11 drivetrain systems have swept through the mountain bike world. The superiority of the configuration is evident from any angle, and now, with the new X1 group slotting in below the top-line XX1 and next-best X01, the system is available at a friendlier price point. Now enter the SRAM X1 1400 GXP Crankset, to keep it all turning. The X1 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 X1 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 1400 GXP Crankset is available in two arm lengths -- 170mm and 175mm -- and in two colors: Red and Black. It comes with a 32-tooth chainring and no bottom bracket.

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X1 1400 BB30 Crankset Black, 170mm

Having thoroughly dominated the world of mountain biking since its debut only two years ago, SRAM's 1x11 drivetrain platform has gotten even friendlier with the introduction of the new X1 group, established as the value-oriented 1x11 family below the top-line XX1 and mid-range X01 groups. This SRAM X1 1400 BB30 Crankset is for those of you riding a BB30 frameset who want to capitalize on 1x11 innovation, without breaking the bank. The X1 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 X1 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 1400 GXP Crankset is available in two arm lengths -- 170mm and 175mm -- and in two colors: Red and Black. It comes with a 32-tooth chainring and no bottom bracket.

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X1 1400 BB30 Crankset Red, 170mm

Having thoroughly dominated the world of mountain biking since its debut only two years ago, SRAM's 1x11 drivetrain platform has gotten even friendlier with the introduction of the new X1 group, established as the value-oriented 1x11 family below the top-line XX1 and mid-range X01 groups. This SRAM X1 1400 BB30 Crankset is for those of you riding a BB30 frameset who want to capitalize on 1x11 innovation, without breaking the bank. The X1 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 X1 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 1400 GXP Crankset is available in two arm lengths -- 170mm and 175mm -- and in two colors: Red and Black. It comes with a 32-tooth chainring and no bottom bracket.

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Red 22 GXP Crankset One Color, 175mm, 52/36

SRAM's re-introduced Red group in 2012 addressed the specific drivetrain requests of cycling's elite athletes, and the culmination of feedback -- combined with early wins aboard the new drivetrain -- confirmed that the modifications were successful. So, when SRAM's engineers took a hard look at how they could improve the marquee Red groupset, the only improvement they could envision was additional gearing. With Red 22, you receive the proven Red platform, with the addition of 22 overall gears. The Red 22 GXP Crankset carries over SRAM's innovative Exogram technology and combines it with 'True 22' X Glide R chainring calibration, giving you the ultimate in drivetrain power and precision. SRAM's first generation Red crankset used a foam core with a carbon structure wrapped around it to meet SRAM's ambitions for drivetrain performance and weight. While the stiff crank arms offered excellent response under load, one complaint that came from a handful of ProTour riders was that under load the front shifts sometimes lacked sufficient precision and crispness. SRAM's team of R&D experts set out to solve this gripe and the changes you'll find on the Red 22 GXP Crankset directly correlate to improved shifting. The new SRAM Red 22 GXP Crankset has gone away from that first-generation foam-core formula, and now has a significantly beefier arm shape with a true hollow cross section. Because of this larger carbon-optimizing structure, SRAM is able to use less material, effectively reducing weight without negatively affecting stiffness. This also allowed them to rotate the spider to take advantage of the large, flex-fighting crank arm. SRAM chose to stick with the 130mm bolt circle diameter standard, ensuring compatibility with aftermarket chainrings, but they've arranged the spider to position a mounting bolt on the backside of the crank arm. By integrating a mounting location within the existing carbon structure, they're able to reduce weight and deflection from shif...

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