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Chorus 11 4-Arm Crankset 175mm, 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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XTR FC-M9000-2 2x Race Crankset One Color, 175mm, 26/36

Shimano has come around to understand the benefits of a single-ring drivetrain system, and so it offers a single-ring crankset option with its new XTR M9000 groupset. But that didn't detract any of the focus from making the Shimano XTR FC-9000 2x Race Crankset the best race-ready double-ring crank it's ever made. The new XTR M9000 crank arms do not deviate enormously from Shimano's consistently-proven formula of hollow-armed alloy arms with proprietary spider and ring technology, and we are grateful for this, although there are notable enhancements. The adaptation of an 11-speed platform allowed engineers to hit the reset button on a few areas. Of note is the fact that the left-side crank arm is now hollow-bonded, a manufacturing process that saves weight over previous production methods without giving up strength. The right arm likewise boasts reduced weight while also playing host to a new four-bolt spider that is compatible with all double or single chainring configurations that Shimano now makes for the new 9000-series cranks. Those chainrings received enormous amounts of attention in the redesign, too. Like the crank arms, the rings are also hollow to save weight, but their rigidity has only increased over the last-generation XTR rings, thanks in part to revolutionary carbon-reinforced titanium-alloy construction. Shift paths are computer-optimized for smooth and virtually instant shifting. The teeth are also titanium, and the outer ring's teeth are even hollowed out to shave as many grams as possible, resulting in an insanely low overall weight of 601g (without bottom bracket) for the 34/24-tooth ring-equipped crank. The Shimano XTR FC-9000 2x Race Crankset is available with 170mm or 175mm crank arms, and with 34/24-, 36/26-, or 38/28-tooth chainring combinations. A bottom bracket is not included. The Race version of the M9000 crankset features a 158mm-wide Q-factor -- narrower than the 168mm Trail version -- which boosts pedaling efficiency for racers bu...

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XTR FC-M9000-2 2x Race Crankset

Shimano has come around to understand the benefits of a single-ring drivetrain system, and so it offers a single-ring crankset option with its new XTR M9000 groupset. But that didn't detract any of the focus from making the Shimano XTR FC-9000 2x Race Crankset the best race-ready double-ring crank it's ever made. The new XTR M9000 crank arms do not deviate enormously from Shimano's consistently-proven formula of hollow-armed alloy arms with proprietary spider and ring technology, and we are grateful for this, although there are notable enhancements. The adaptation of an 11-speed platform allowed engineers to hit the reset button on a few areas. Of note is the fact that the left-side crank arm is now hollow-bonded, a manufacturing process that saves weight over previous production methods without giving up strength. The right arm likewise boasts reduced weight while also playing host to a new four-bolt spider that is compatible with all double or single chainring configurations that Shimano now makes for the new 9000-series cranks. Those chainrings received enormous amounts of attention in the redesign, too. Like the crank arms, the rings are also hollow to save weight, but their rigidity has only increased over the last-generation XTR rings, thanks in part to revolutionary carbon-reinforced titanium-alloy construction. Shift paths are computer-optimized for smooth and virtually instant shifting. The teeth are also titanium, and the outer ring's teeth are even hollowed out to shave as many grams as possible, resulting in an insanely low overall weight of 601g (without bottom bracket) for the 34/24-tooth ring-equipped crank. The Shimano XTR FC-9000 2x Race Crankset is available with 170mm or 175mm crank arms, and with 34/24-, 36/26-, or 38/28-tooth chainring combinations. A bottom bracket is not included. The Race version of the M9000 crankset features a 158mm-wide Q-factor -- narrower than the 168mm Trail version -- which boosts pedaling efficiency for racers bu...

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Dura-Ace FC-9000 11-Speed Crankset One Color, 175mm 52x36

11-speeds? Absolutely. Lighter weight? You got it. The marriage between a standard and compact crankset? Amen. The Shimano Dura-Ace FC-9000 11-Speed Crankset has once again revolutionized the market through common sense design that, for one reason or another, no one else has attempted. Finally, we can run either compact or standard rings on one spider, and even better, FC-9000 hasn't compromised a thing. In fact, it's lighter, just as stiff, and sleeker than 7900. Beauty and intelligence -- the total package. Easily, Dura-Ace 9000's most striking and recognizable feature is the FC-9000 crankset -- and this is for good reason. On the surface, the FC-9000 is a complete departure from the traditional aesthetics of Dura-Ace. Gone are the days of the five-arm spider, and the necessity for a separate compact crankset has also fallen by the wayside. Instead, 9000 features a shift to a new four-arm spider design. This occured for many reasons, but most notably, it's because the four-arm spider matches rigidity with 7900 while shaving around 52 grams. However, 9000 has more than meets the eye. Like 7900, you'll find the continuation of Shimano's Hollowtech II construction. Over the past few iterations of Dura-Ace, this manufacturing methodology has played an integral role in attaining weight reduction without sacrificing Dura-Ace's superior stiffness. It's this balance of Shimano practicing tried-and-true forging methods, while still treading into unknown waters, that makes Dura-Ace more of a continuation than an innovation. We mean this in the best possible way. Shimano has learned what works, and over the years, has continually added to, and improved, the ideology of Dura-Ace. Hollowtech II and Hollowglide are prime examples of this. Strategic placement of hollow aluminum throughout the crankset and chainrings allows more structural material to be used, and when coupled with Shimano's integrated bottom bracket, creates an unrivaled weight-to-stiffness ratio. The four-ar...

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105-FC 5700 Crankset Black, 175 50x34

The prices of road bike components can, at times, be a bit daunting. A pair of crankarms that will run you a couple car payments or a month's mortgage may not fit into the budget or slide past the spouse unnoticed. That's why there's Shimano 105. Make no mistake-this isn't budget gear. This is race-worthy equipment designed to be affordable without compromising performance. While the Shimano 105-FC 5700 Crankset tips the scales at around 100 grams more than its top-end sibling, it's also less than half the price, and it's still nowhere near what you'd call heavy. Shimano Hollowtech hollow crank arms reduce weight while adding stiffness for more direct power transfer and greater pedaling efficiency. Hyperdrive SG-X chainrings with Dual SIS front index shifting deliver instant assertive shifts and unheard-of shifting reliability. Shimano has also increased the space between the large and small rings to reduce chain rub in the small-small gear. While we don't advocate this particular gear combo, it's nice to know that you won't have to suffer the annoyance of hearing the chain rub if you find yourself here in the heat of battle. The Shimano 105 FC 5700 Crankset is available as standard or compact. The standard, 130mm bolt circle diameter version comes with a 39/53 combination. The compact, 110mm bolt circle diameter version comes with a 34/50 chain ring combination. Both versions of this crankset can be had with 170, 172. 5, or 175mm crankarms.

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105-FC 5700 Crankset

The prices of road bike components can, at times, be a bit daunting. A pair of crankarms that will run you a couple car payments or a month's mortgage may not fit into the budget or slide past the spouse unnoticed. That's why there's Shimano 105. Make no mistake-this isn't budget gear. This is race-worthy equipment designed to be affordable without compromising performance. While the Shimano 105-FC 5700 Crankset tips the scales at around 100 grams more than its top-end sibling, it's also less than half the price, and it's still nowhere near what you'd call heavy. Shimano Hollowtech hollow crank arms reduce weight while adding stiffness for more direct power transfer and greater pedaling efficiency. Hyperdrive SG-X chainrings with Dual SIS front index shifting deliver instant assertive shifts and unheard-of shifting reliability. Shimano has also increased the space between the large and small rings to reduce chain rub in the small-small gear. While we don't advocate this particular gear combo, it's nice to know that you won't have to suffer the annoyance of hearing the chain rub if you find yourself here in the heat of battle. The Shimano 105 FC 5700 Crankset is available as standard or compact. The standard, 130mm bolt circle diameter version comes with a 39/53 combination. The compact, 110mm bolt circle diameter version comes with a 34/50 chain ring combination. Both versions of this crankset can be had with 170, 172. 5, or 175mm crankarms.

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105-FC 5700 Crankset Black, 175 50x34

The prices of road bike components can, at times, be a bit daunting. A pair of crankarms that will run you a couple car payments or a month's mortgage may not fit into the budget or slide past the spouse unnoticed. That's why there's Shimano 105. Make no mistake-this isn't budget gear. This is race-worthy equipment designed to be affordable without compromising performance. While the Shimano 105-FC 5700 Crankset tips the scales at around 100 grams more than its top-end sibling, it's also less than half the price, and it's still nowhere near what you'd call heavy. Shimano Hollowtech hollow crank arms reduce weight while adding stiffness for more direct power transfer and greater pedaling efficiency. Hyperdrive SG-X chainrings with Dual SIS front index shifting deliver instant assertive shifts and unheard-of shifting reliability. Shimano has also increased the space between the large and small rings to reduce chain rub in the small-small gear. While we don't advocate this particular gear combo, it's nice to know that you won't have to suffer the annoyance of hearing the chain rub if you find yourself here in the heat of battle. The Shimano 105 FC 5700 Crankset is available as standard or compact. The standard, 130mm bolt circle diameter version comes with a 39/53 combination. The compact, 110mm bolt circle diameter version comes with a 34/50 chain ring combination. Both versions of this crankset can be had with 170, 172. 5, or 175mm crankarms.

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Cannondale Hollowgram SL Powermeter Crankset Black, 175mm - 53/39

Cannondale's original Hollowgram crankset was so light, stiff, and tough when it came out years ago that it was quickly recognized as one of the best ever made, by any company, period. The newer SL version made it only better. Look closely at the rides of bike uber-nerds or connoisseurs of high performance anywhere, and you may even see some non-Cannondale machines hosting them. They're that good. So when Quarq and Cannondale teamed up to deliver the Quarq Cannondale Hollowgram SL Powermeter Crankset, based on Quarq's new Elsa powermeter platform, you can be sure that it's been a much-celebrated collaboration. For Quarq's Elsa, we see a complete redesign over the last-gen Cinqo internals, with an emphasis placed on three key areas -- weight, accuracy, and ease of use. The Cannondale Hollowgram SL version of the new powermeter platform handily addresses weight, given that it's already among the lightest crank on the planet, at any price point, in any material. This is in part because, as the name implies, the cranks feature a hollow construction. However, what isn't inferred is that the hollow cross-section design extends all the way to the new spider, reducing weight so much that the system begins to rival the complete crankset weights of non-powermeter sets. In fact, at 679 grams (172. 5 arms), it's the lightest crankset Quarq has ever produced. Elsa's innovation didn't stop at the crankarms. For a rigid crankarm attachment, the Elsa uses a newly designed, CNC-machined aluminum spider. All of the data-collecting electronics, and the system's battery, are housed in the spider. Quarq is calling this OmniCal, but you can call it liberating. OmniCal enables the powermeter system to collect data independent of the chainrings. You can swap out rings without affecting the accuracy of the system. And speaking of accuracy, the Elsa powermeter system operates on the powerful ANT+ wireless system with an expressed accuracy of +/- 1. 5% -- an accuracy improvement over the C...

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Red 22 Quarq Power Meter - BB30 One Color, 175mm 39/53

SRAM and Quarq have once again put their best technologies forward to create the new Red 22 Quarq Power Meter - BB30 cransket. The original 2012 joining of the masterminds resulted in the Red crankset seamlessly pairing with Quarq's top-end power meter, which is why both revered manufacturers once again decided to combine their forces for the new power system. The finished product is a precise combination of accurate power data and the most advanced crankset technology that's been proven, and continually put to the test, by the best cyclists in the world. 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. And while the stiff crank arms provided excellent response under load, one complaint that came from a handful of ProTour riders was that the front shifts occasionally lacked sufficient precision and crispness. SRAM's team of R&D experts set out to solve this gripe, and the changes that you'll find on the Red 22 Crankset directly correlate to improved shifting. As such, the new SRAM Red 22 crankset has gone away from that first-generation foam-core formula, and it now has a significantly more substantial arm shape with a true hollow cross section. Because of this larger carbon-optimizing structure, SRAM was able to use less material, effectively reducing weight without negatively affecting stiffness. This also allowed SRAM to rotate the spider in order to take advantage of the large, flex-fighting crank arm. The Red Exogram chainrings have also received extensive reworking to boost front shifting, specifically focusing on integration with the rotating, Yaw-caged Red front derailleur. Coined X Glide R, these chainrings are machined from 5mm thick 7075-T6 aluminum and now have been carefully tuned to accommodate the 11-speed drivetrain. SRAM used extensive computer-aided finite element analysis to optimize stiffness first, followed by shift ramp pro...

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Campagnolo Powermeter One Color, 175mm 39/53

The Campagnolo Powermeter is the brainchild from a marriage between SRM engineers and the Campagnolo Design Team. The result is SRM's most powerful and precise powermeter in existence, and remains as the only Campagnolo powermeter for a reason--perfection. Displaying a true dedication to this cause, SRM wasn't satisfied with only testing the Ultra-Torque powermeter in laboratory. For real world data, SRM incorporated the evaluated testing feedback from Omega Pharma-Lotto riders like Philippe Gilbert and Andre Greipel into the Powermeter design. With the addition of professional input, SRM managed to blend the highest expressed accuracy of any top-tier crankset with the stunning Italian beauty of the Campagnolo Ultra-Torque crankset. The Campagnolo Powermeter boasts SRM's best accuracy to weight ratio to date. SRM pulled this off by improving the design of the strain gauges. The eight strain gauges for the Powermeter are a system of sensors that detect any resistance and vary their output when experiencing applied force. The next step is for the strain gauges to convert this data into electrical resistance so it can be measured. The refinements to the system offer stellar results. The Campagnolo Ultra-Torque Powermeter expresses an accuracy of +/- 1. 5% between 30 and 255 rpm with a wattage range between 0 and 4096 watts. Compared to the new G3 PowerTap that has the same range of accuracy, but only between 40 and 130 rpm, the SRM Powermeter has nearly doubled the system accuracy of its greatest competitor. You can also expect a weight savings over other power measurement systems, as the Ultra-Torque Wireless Powermeter weighs in at an alarmingly low 780g with cranks, Powermeter, CULT bearings, and XPSS chainrings. SRM also extended the battery life of the Ultra-Torque PowerMeter System to roughly 1400 hours, and provides a three-year manufacturer's warranty. The Ultra-Torque Wireless Powermeter is not only the most sophisticated Powermeter in the world, but it's in..

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Campagnolo Powermeter One Color, 175mm 34/50

The Campagnolo Powermeter is the brainchild from a marriage between SRM engineers and the Campagnolo Design Team. The result is SRM's most powerful and precise powermeter in existence, and remains as the only Campagnolo powermeter for a reason--perfection. Displaying a true dedication to this cause, SRM wasn't satisfied with only testing the Ultra-Torque powermeter in laboratory. For real world data, SRM incorporated the evaluated testing feedback from Omega Pharma-Lotto riders like Philippe Gilbert and Andre Greipel into the Powermeter design. With the addition of professional input, SRM managed to blend the highest expressed accuracy of any top-tier crankset with the stunning Italian beauty of the Campagnolo Ultra-Torque crankset. The Campagnolo Powermeter boasts SRM's best accuracy to weight ratio to date. SRM pulled this off by improving the design of the strain gauges. The eight strain gauges for the Powermeter are a system of sensors that detect any resistance and vary their output when experiencing applied force. The next step is for the strain gauges to convert this data into electrical resistance so it can be measured. The refinements to the system offer stellar results. The Campagnolo Ultra-Torque Powermeter expresses an accuracy of +/- 1. 5% between 30 and 255 rpm with a wattage range between 0 and 4096 watts. Compared to the new G3 PowerTap that has the same range of accuracy, but only between 40 and 130 rpm, the SRM Powermeter has nearly doubled the system accuracy of its greatest competitor. You can also expect a weight savings over other power measurement systems, as the Ultra-Torque Wireless Powermeter weighs in at an alarmingly low 780g with cranks, Powermeter, CULT bearings, and XPSS chainrings. SRM also extended the battery life of the Ultra-Torque PowerMeter System to roughly 1400 hours, and provides a three-year manufacturer's warranty. The Ultra-Torque Wireless Powermeter is not only the most sophisticated Powermeter in the world, but it's in..

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