$381.00 - $399.99
The SRAM RED AXS Crank Arm Assembly features hollow carbon Exogram crank arms for a lightweight, strong, and elegant crank. It can be paired with any SRAM AXS spider or integrated chainring, with or without power. - The 8-bolt interface is compatible with power and non-power AXS spiders and integrated chainrings - Not compatible with SRAM's 3-bolt direct mount interface - Hollow Exogram carbon arms - Spider and chainrings sold separately - DUB spindle interface - Compatible with all SRAM Road DUB bottom brackets - Number of Chainrings: No Rings, No Spider Included - Crank Intended Use: Road, Tri, Cyclocross - Pedal Spindle: 9/16" - Spindle Interface Type: SRAM DUB - Chainring BCD: Direct Mount SRAM - BB Included: No
Riders want more range and closer steps between gears—and that’s the driving design principle of the SRAM Force crankset. It offers smaller chainrings with a consistent 13-tooth gap between size variants, delivering smooth, accurate, and dependable shifting for the modern rider. Always find the sweet spot. - X-Range gearing technology gives you more range and a smoother gear progression, so you’re always in the right gear - Crisp and accurate front shifts - DUB bottom bracket adds durability and simplicity - Can be upgraded to a power meter
Triathlon. Time Trial. Cyclocross. Some disciplines are made for 1x. And while SRAM's X-Range 2x set up has integrated much of the simplicity of a 1x system, there are still times when a single ring is best. The SRAM RED 1 crankset offers the most demanding racers the right mix of features—aerodynamics, durability, and simplicity. - Single-ring drivetrain simplifies functionality and reduces weight - 48 and 50t variants feature direct mount aero chainrings for better aerodynamics - Non-aero chainrings can be installed with a single tool, making gearing changes a breeze - SRAM X-SYNC wide-tooth, narrow-tooth chainring technology provides maximum chain control - Laser-etched chainring finish is more durable - DUB bottom bracket adds durability and simplicity - Can be upgraded to a power meter - Version: D1
SRAM's S600 3.0 Crankset features forged arms for increased strength and reliability paired with smooth shifting chainrings for the best combination of looks, performance and price.
$196.00 - $249.99
The SRAM Force AXS Crank Arm Assembly features carbon crank arms that are ready to pair with any SRAM AXS spider or integrated chainring, with or without power. - 8-bolt interface is compatible with power and non-power AXS spiders and integrated chainrings - Not compatible with SRAM's 3-bolt direct mount interface - Carbon fiber arms with natural carbon finish - Spider and chainrings sold separately - DUB spindle interface - Compatible with all SRAM Road DUB bottom brackets - Number of Chainrings: No Rings, No Spider Included - Crank Intended Use: Road - Pedal Spindle: 9/16" - Spindle Interface Type: SRAM DUB - Chainring BCD: Direct Mount SRAM - BB Included: No
Forget front derailleurs; SRAM's Rival 1 Crankset brings a game-changing upgrade in performance and reliability to cyclocross, road, and other 700c disciplines. It combines the durability, simplicity, and efficiency SRAM is know for on the road with their 1x mountain technology, X-Sync. - Single-ring drivetrain simplifies functionality - Forged aluminum with detachable spider: 42T and 52T X-Sync tall, square tooth design provides maximum control - Sharp, narrow tooth profile and rounded chamfer edges help manage a deflected chain - Mud-clearing recesses for the inner chain links and rollers - Weight: 799g (24mm spindle, 172.5mm, 42T, no BB)
$689.99 - $690.00
The SRAM RED crankset leverages a pivotal design innovation: smaller chainrings and a wider cassette range. This leads to smoother and faster shifting up front and more useful gearing for today's riders. The new configurations improve cadence and efficiency while also delivering shifts that are crisp, clean and quick-every time. Features - X-Range gearing technology gives you more range and a smoother gear progression, so you're always in the right gear - Improved front shifting performance for crisp and accurate front shifts - Unique chainring design results in a lighter weight, stiffer, more durable crankset - DUB bottom bracket adds durability, simplicity and broad compatibility - Power upgradeable Specifications - Speeds: 12 - BB Compatibility: All SRAM Road DUB BBs, GXP/PF GXP 68mm - Chainring Size: 46/33, 48/35, 50/37 - Crank arm length: 165mm, 167.5mm, 170mm, 172.5mm, 175mm - Chainline: 45.0mm - BB Spindle Interface: 24mm, DUB - Chainring material: Aluminum - Guard: No Guard - Bolt Circle Diameter (BCD): Direct Mount (DM) - Crank arm material: Carbon
SRAM's S300 Compact Crankset combines their legendary PowerGlide shifting with their Giga X Pipe axle design for superb shifting and stiffness in one package. The hill-busting compact chainrings boast enhanced tooth profiles for fast shifts, and the forged aluminum crankarms keep this crankset lightweight, too.
Competition-focused technology is available to everyone with SRAM's Force Crankset. Its unidirectional carbon design and integrated bottom-bracket axle ensure top-notch stiffness for awesome power transfer and exceptional lightness. And, because being light is nothing without being tough, the Force proudly boasts SRAM's hard-anodized PowerGlide chainrings for long-lasting durability and lightning-quick shifts.
If you're not using a power meter and tracking your watts, then you're giving the competition an advangage. SRAM's Quarq CinQo Power Meter integrates into the crank spider for easy installation, low weight, and minimal maintenance. It's ANT+ wireless compatible, enabling you to use the head unit of your choice (sold separately), and it has no wires or external sensors, which means that your beautifully sleek road machine stays clutter-free. Since the power sensor is in the crank, you can easily switch wheels for race day. Other nice features include an easily replaced battery (no overnight charging!) and a wattage reading accuracy of +/- 2%. Also, calibration values are stored in the CinQo so there's no need to re-calibrate if you switch head units.
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