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PF30 Bottom Bracket One Color, One Size

SRAM makes their PF30 Bottom Bracket Assembly to fit frames that use this pressfit standard. If your bottom bracket shell has a 46mm ID, then this is the bearing set that you'll need to install your BB30 crankset. Be aware that it will work with any brand of BB30 crank as well. While SRAM's GXP system is proprietary, BB30 is not. To install this PF30 Bottom Bracket Assembly, you'll want a standard BB30 tool to press the composite cups into the frame and ensure correct installation. The sealed cartridge bearings will ensure smooth operation for many miles. The unit comes complete and ready to install. It's compatible with 68mm road shells and 73mm mountain shells.

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PF30 Bottom Bracket

SRAM makes their PF30 Bottom Bracket Assembly to fit frames that use this pressfit standard. If your bottom bracket shell has a 46mm ID, then this is the bearing set that you'll need to install your BB30 crankset. Be aware that it will work with any brand of BB30 crank as well. While SRAM's GXP system is proprietary, BB30 is not. To install this PF30 Bottom Bracket Assembly, you'll want a standard BB30 tool to press the composite cups into the frame and ensure correct installation. The sealed cartridge bearings will ensure smooth operation for many miles. The unit comes complete and ready to install. It's compatible with 68mm road shells and 73mm mountain shells.

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XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset - 168 Q-factor Black, 170mmx32t

While it took SRAM a little longer than some third-party manufacturers, the Illinois-based manufacturer eventually got around to releasing direct mount options for its revolutionary one-by drivetrain. If the XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset is to be taken as a representative sample, then we're confident that the wait was worth it. While we won't pass judgment on their eight-legged namesake, we're more than happy to see our cranksets' spiders go. Featuring the same lightweight, carbon stiffness of the normal XX1 cranks, but without the additional weight of the aluminum spider, the direct mount version gives you the option of quickly subbing different sizes of rings for different shapes of terrain. The generous width of the 168 Q-factor adds an additional layer to this crank's versatility. It's worth noting that the big redesign was in the crank arm/chainring interface, so the X-Sync design's alternating wide/narrow teeth with tall, square edges returns unchanged for the same early, confident engagement. The XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset is compatible with GXP bottom brackets and, since the chainring attaches directly to the crank arms' spindle, it isn't compatible with direct-mount chain rings designed for a larger BB30 spindle.

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XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset - 168 Q-factor Red, 175mmx32t

While it took SRAM a little longer than some third-party manufacturers, the Illinois-based manufacturer eventually got around to releasing direct mount options for its revolutionary one-by drivetrain. If the XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset is to be taken as a representative sample, then we're confident that the wait was worth it. While we won't pass judgment on their eight-legged namesake, we're more than happy to see our cranksets' spiders go. Featuring the same lightweight, carbon stiffness of the normal XX1 cranks, but without the additional weight of the aluminum spider, the direct mount version gives you the option of quickly subbing different sizes of rings for different shapes of terrain. The generous width of the 168 Q-factor adds an additional layer to this crank's versatility. It's worth noting that the big redesign was in the crank arm/chainring interface, so the X-Sync design's alternating wide/narrow teeth with tall, square edges returns unchanged for the same early, confident engagement. The XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset is compatible with GXP bottom brackets and, since the chainring attaches directly to the crank arms' spindle, it isn't compatible with direct-mount chain rings designed for a larger BB30 spindle.

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XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset - 168 Q-factor Red, 170mmx32t

While it took SRAM a little longer than some third-party manufacturers, the Illinois-based manufacturer eventually got around to releasing direct mount options for its revolutionary one-by drivetrain. If the XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset is to be taken as a representative sample, then we're confident that the wait was worth it. While we won't pass judgment on their eight-legged namesake, we're more than happy to see our cranksets' spiders go. Featuring the same lightweight, carbon stiffness of the normal XX1 cranks, but without the additional weight of the aluminum spider, the direct mount version gives you the option of quickly subbing different sizes of rings for different shapes of terrain. The generous width of the 168 Q-factor adds an additional layer to this crank's versatility. It's worth noting that the big redesign was in the crank arm/chainring interface, so the X-Sync design's alternating wide/narrow teeth with tall, square edges returns unchanged for the same early, confident engagement. The XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset is compatible with GXP bottom brackets and, since the chainring attaches directly to the crank arms' spindle, it isn't compatible with direct-mount chain rings designed for a larger BB30 spindle.

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XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset - 168 Q-factor Black, 175mmx32t

While it took SRAM a little longer than some third-party manufacturers, the Illinois-based manufacturer eventually got around to releasing direct mount options for its revolutionary one-by drivetrain. If the XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset is to be taken as a representative sample, then we're confident that the wait was worth it. While we won't pass judgment on their eight-legged namesake, we're more than happy to see our cranksets' spiders go. Featuring the same lightweight, carbon stiffness of the normal XX1 cranks, but without the additional weight of the aluminum spider, the direct mount version gives you the option of quickly subbing different sizes of rings for different shapes of terrain. The generous width of the 168 Q-factor adds an additional layer to this crank's versatility. It's worth noting that the big redesign was in the crank arm/chainring interface, so the X-Sync design's alternating wide/narrow teeth with tall, square edges returns unchanged for the same early, confident engagement. The XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset is compatible with GXP bottom brackets and, since the chainring attaches directly to the crank arms' spindle, it isn't compatible with direct-mount chain rings designed for a larger BB30 spindle.

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XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset - 168 Q-factor

While it took SRAM a little longer than some third-party manufacturers, the Illinois-based manufacturer eventually got around to releasing direct mount options for its revolutionary one-by drivetrain. If the XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset is to be taken as a representative sample, then we're confident that the wait was worth it. While we won't pass judgment on their eight-legged namesake, we're more than happy to see our cranksets' spiders go. Featuring the same lightweight, carbon stiffness of the normal XX1 cranks, but without the additional weight of the aluminum spider, the direct mount version gives you the option of quickly subbing different sizes of rings for different shapes of terrain. The generous width of the 168 Q-factor adds an additional layer to this crank's versatility. It's worth noting that the big redesign was in the crank arm/chainring interface, so the X-Sync design's alternating wide/narrow teeth with tall, square edges returns unchanged for the same early, confident engagement. The XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset is compatible with GXP bottom brackets and, since the chainring attaches directly to the crank arms' spindle, it isn't compatible with direct-mount chain rings designed for a larger BB30 spindle.

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XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset - 168 Q-factor Red, 175mmx32t

While it took SRAM a little longer than some third-party manufacturers, the Illinois-based manufacturer eventually got around to releasing direct mount options for its revolutionary one-by drivetrain. If the XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset is to be taken as a representative sample, then we're confident that the wait was worth it. While we won't pass judgment on their eight-legged namesake, we're more than happy to see our cranksets' spiders go. Featuring the same lightweight, carbon stiffness of the normal XX1 cranks, but without the additional weight of the aluminum spider, the direct mount version gives you the option of quickly subbing different sizes of rings for different shapes of terrain. The generous width of the 168 Q-factor adds an additional layer to this crank's versatility. It's worth noting that the big redesign was in the crank arm/chainring interface, so the X-Sync design's alternating wide/narrow teeth with tall, square edges returns unchanged for the same early, confident engagement. The XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset is compatible with GXP bottom brackets and, since the chainring attaches directly to the crank arms' spindle, it isn't compatible with direct-mount chain rings designed for a larger BB30 spindle.

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XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset - 168 Q-factor Black, 175mmx32t

While it took SRAM a little longer than some third-party manufacturers, the Illinois-based manufacturer eventually got around to releasing direct mount options for its revolutionary one-by drivetrain. If the XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset is to be taken as a representative sample, then we're confident that the wait was worth it. While we won't pass judgment on their eight-legged namesake, we're more than happy to see our cranksets' spiders go. Featuring the same lightweight, carbon stiffness of the normal XX1 cranks, but without the additional weight of the aluminum spider, the direct mount version gives you the option of quickly subbing different sizes of rings for different shapes of terrain. The generous width of the 168 Q-factor adds an additional layer to this crank's versatility. It's worth noting that the big redesign was in the crank arm/chainring interface, so the X-Sync design's alternating wide/narrow teeth with tall, square edges returns unchanged for the same early, confident engagement. The XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset is compatible with GXP bottom brackets and, since the chainring attaches directly to the crank arms' spindle, it isn't compatible with direct-mount chain rings designed for a larger BB30 spindle.

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XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset - 168 Q-factor Black, 170mmx32t

While it took SRAM a little longer than some third-party manufacturers, the Illinois-based manufacturer eventually got around to releasing direct mount options for its revolutionary one-by drivetrain. If the XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset is to be taken as a representative sample, then we're confident that the wait was worth it. While we won't pass judgment on their eight-legged namesake, we're more than happy to see our cranksets' spiders go. Featuring the same lightweight, carbon stiffness of the normal XX1 cranks, but without the additional weight of the aluminum spider, the direct mount version gives you the option of quickly subbing different sizes of rings for different shapes of terrain. The generous width of the 168 Q-factor adds an additional layer to this crank's versatility. It's worth noting that the big redesign was in the crank arm/chainring interface, so the X-Sync design's alternating wide/narrow teeth with tall, square edges returns unchanged for the same early, confident engagement. The XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset is compatible with GXP bottom brackets and, since the chainring attaches directly to the crank arms' spindle, it isn't compatible with direct-mount chain rings designed for a larger BB30 spindle.

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XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset - 168 Q-factor Red, 170mmx32t

While it took SRAM a little longer than some third-party manufacturers, the Illinois-based manufacturer eventually got around to releasing direct mount options for its revolutionary one-by drivetrain. If the XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset is to be taken as a representative sample, then we're confident that the wait was worth it. While we won't pass judgment on their eight-legged namesake, we're more than happy to see our cranksets' spiders go. Featuring the same lightweight, carbon stiffness of the normal XX1 cranks, but without the additional weight of the aluminum spider, the direct mount version gives you the option of quickly subbing different sizes of rings for different shapes of terrain. The generous width of the 168 Q-factor adds an additional layer to this crank's versatility. It's worth noting that the big redesign was in the crank arm/chainring interface, so the X-Sync design's alternating wide/narrow teeth with tall, square edges returns unchanged for the same early, confident engagement. The XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset is compatible with GXP bottom brackets and, since the chainring attaches directly to the crank arms' spindle, it isn't compatible with direct-mount chain rings designed for a larger BB30 spindle.

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XX1 BB30 Direct-Mount Crankset - 168 Q-factor

While it took SRAM a little longer than some third-party manufacturers, the Illinois-based manufacturer eventually got around to releasing direct mount options for its revolutionary one-by drivetrain. If the BB30 XX1 Direct-Mount Crankset is to be taken as a representative sample, then we're confident that the wait was worth it. While opinions on their eight-legged cousins are mixed at Competitive Cyclist, we're of one mind when it comes to saving weight by omitting a crankset's spider. The direct-mount cranks rock the same lightweight, carbon stiffness of the normal XX1 model while also affording you the option of quickly subbing different sizes of rings for different shapes of terrain. The generous width of the 168 Q-factor adds an additional layer to this crank's versatility. It's worth noting that the big redesign was in the crank arm/chainring interface, so the X-Sync design's alternating wide/narrow teeth with tall, square edges returns unchanged for the same early, confident engagement. The XX1 BB30 Direct Mount Crankset is compatible with BB30 bottom brackets and, since the chainring attaches directly to the crank arms' spindle, it isn't compatible with direct-mount chain rings designed for a GXP spindle.

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XX1 BB30 Direct-Mount Crankset - 168 Q-factor Black, 175mmx32t

While it took SRAM a little longer than some third-party manufacturers, the Illinois-based manufacturer eventually got around to releasing direct mount options for its revolutionary one-by drivetrain. If the BB30 XX1 Direct-Mount Crankset is to be taken as a representative sample, then we're confident that the wait was worth it. While opinions on their eight-legged cousins are mixed at Competitive Cyclist, we're of one mind when it comes to saving weight by omitting a crankset's spider. The direct-mount cranks rock the same lightweight, carbon stiffness of the normal XX1 model while also affording you the option of quickly subbing different sizes of rings for different shapes of terrain. The generous width of the 168 Q-factor adds an additional layer to this crank's versatility. It's worth noting that the big redesign was in the crank arm/chainring interface, so the X-Sync design's alternating wide/narrow teeth with tall, square edges returns unchanged for the same early, confident engagement. The XX1 BB30 Direct Mount Crankset is compatible with BB30 bottom brackets and, since the chainring attaches directly to the crank arms' spindle, it isn't compatible with direct-mount chain rings designed for a GXP spindle.

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XX1 BB30 Direct-Mount Crankset - 168 Q-factor Red, 170mmx32t

While it took SRAM a little longer than some third-party manufacturers, the Illinois-based manufacturer eventually got around to releasing direct mount options for its revolutionary one-by drivetrain. If the BB30 XX1 Direct-Mount Crankset is to be taken as a representative sample, then we're confident that the wait was worth it. While opinions on their eight-legged cousins are mixed at Competitive Cyclist, we're of one mind when it comes to saving weight by omitting a crankset's spider. The direct-mount cranks rock the same lightweight, carbon stiffness of the normal XX1 model while also affording you the option of quickly subbing different sizes of rings for different shapes of terrain. The generous width of the 168 Q-factor adds an additional layer to this crank's versatility. It's worth noting that the big redesign was in the crank arm/chainring interface, so the X-Sync design's alternating wide/narrow teeth with tall, square edges returns unchanged for the same early, confident engagement. The XX1 BB30 Direct Mount Crankset is compatible with BB30 bottom brackets and, since the chainring attaches directly to the crank arms' spindle, it isn't compatible with direct-mount chain rings designed for a GXP spindle.

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XX1 BB30 Direct-Mount Crankset - 168 Q-factor Red, 175mmx32t

While it took SRAM a little longer than some third-party manufacturers, the Illinois-based manufacturer eventually got around to releasing direct mount options for its revolutionary one-by drivetrain. If the BB30 XX1 Direct-Mount Crankset is to be taken as a representative sample, then we're confident that the wait was worth it. While opinions on their eight-legged cousins are mixed at Competitive Cyclist, we're of one mind when it comes to saving weight by omitting a crankset's spider. The direct-mount cranks rock the same lightweight, carbon stiffness of the normal XX1 model while also affording you the option of quickly subbing different sizes of rings for different shapes of terrain. The generous width of the 168 Q-factor adds an additional layer to this crank's versatility. It's worth noting that the big redesign was in the crank arm/chainring interface, so the X-Sync design's alternating wide/narrow teeth with tall, square edges returns unchanged for the same early, confident engagement. The XX1 BB30 Direct Mount Crankset is compatible with BB30 bottom brackets and, since the chainring attaches directly to the crank arms' spindle, it isn't compatible with direct-mount chain rings designed for a GXP spindle.

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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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XX1 BB30 Direct-Mount Crankset - 168 Q-factor Black, 170mmx32t

While it took SRAM a little longer than some third-party manufacturers, the Illinois-based manufacturer eventually got around to releasing direct mount options for its revolutionary one-by drivetrain. If the BB30 XX1 Direct-Mount Crankset is to be taken as a representative sample, then we're confident that the wait was worth it. While opinions on their eight-legged cousins are mixed at Competitive Cyclist, we're of one mind when it comes to saving weight by omitting a crankset's spider. The direct-mount cranks rock the same lightweight, carbon stiffness of the normal XX1 model while also affording you the option of quickly subbing different sizes of rings for different shapes of terrain. The generous width of the 168 Q-factor adds an additional layer to this crank's versatility. It's worth noting that the big redesign was in the crank arm/chainring interface, so the X-Sync design's alternating wide/narrow teeth with tall, square edges returns unchanged for the same early, confident engagement. The XX1 BB30 Direct Mount Crankset is compatible with BB30 bottom brackets and, since the chainring attaches directly to the crank arms' spindle, it isn't compatible with direct-mount chain rings designed for a GXP spindle.

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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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XX1 BB30 Direct-Mount Crankset - 168 Q-factor Red, 170mmx32t

While it took SRAM a little longer than some third-party manufacturers, the Illinois-based manufacturer eventually got around to releasing direct mount options for its revolutionary one-by drivetrain. If the BB30 XX1 Direct-Mount Crankset is to be taken as a representative sample, then we're confident that the wait was worth it. While opinions on their eight-legged cousins are mixed at Competitive Cyclist, we're of one mind when it comes to saving weight by omitting a crankset's spider. The direct-mount cranks rock the same lightweight, carbon stiffness of the normal XX1 model while also affording you the option of quickly subbing different sizes of rings for different shapes of terrain. The generous width of the 168 Q-factor adds an additional layer to this crank's versatility. It's worth noting that the big redesign was in the crank arm/chainring interface, so the X-Sync design's alternating wide/narrow teeth with tall, square edges returns unchanged for the same early, confident engagement. The XX1 BB30 Direct Mount Crankset is compatible with BB30 bottom brackets and, since the chainring attaches directly to the crank arms' spindle, it isn't compatible with direct-mount chain rings designed for a GXP spindle.

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Competitive Cyclist
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XX1 BB30 Direct-Mount Crankset - 168 Q-factor Black, 170mmx32t

While it took SRAM a little longer than some third-party manufacturers, the Illinois-based manufacturer eventually got around to releasing direct mount options for its revolutionary one-by drivetrain. If the BB30 XX1 Direct-Mount Crankset is to be taken as a representative sample, then we're confident that the wait was worth it. While opinions on their eight-legged cousins are mixed at Competitive Cyclist, we're of one mind when it comes to saving weight by omitting a crankset's spider. The direct-mount cranks rock the same lightweight, carbon stiffness of the normal XX1 model while also affording you the option of quickly subbing different sizes of rings for different shapes of terrain. The generous width of the 168 Q-factor adds an additional layer to this crank's versatility. It's worth noting that the big redesign was in the crank arm/chainring interface, so the X-Sync design's alternating wide/narrow teeth with tall, square edges returns unchanged for the same early, confident engagement. The XX1 BB30 Direct Mount Crankset is compatible with BB30 bottom brackets and, since the chainring attaches directly to the crank arms' spindle, it isn't compatible with direct-mount chain rings designed for a GXP spindle.

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