Collection: Cranksets

Cranks and Chainsets are the heart of your bikes groupset. All the power from your legs is pushed through the cranks before it goes through the chain to the rear wheel. Mountain bike chainsets are available in a range of formats from thick/thin single ring set ups to double and triple ring MTB cranksets.

Cranksets Buying Guide

When choosing a crankset for your bike, there are several factors to consider. Your bottom bracket will dictate what interface you need, and your drivetrain will determine compatibility with chainrings. Road bikes typically have double chainrings for use with a front derailleur, while MTB cranksets are more likely to be single chainring systems designed for one-by setups. Other considerations include crank length and material.

Crank length is measured from the center of the pedal spindle to the center of the bottom bracket axle. Most cranksets come in lengths ranging from 165mm to 175mm. Riders with longer legs may prefer a longer crank, while shorter riders may do better with a shorter one. As a general rule, mountain bikers tend to prefer shorter cranks (165mm-170mm) for easier maneuverability, while road cyclists often opt for longer cranks (172.5mm-175mm) for increased power and efficiency.

Crank materials also play a role in weight and durability. Carbon cranks are lightweight, more expensive, and but can be more susceptible to damage from rocks and roots. Aluminum cranks are heavier but offer more durability, while titanium cranks fall somewhere in between in terms of weight and strength.

When choosing a crankset for your bike, be sure to take into account the interface, chainring compatibility, crank length, and materials. Doing so will help you find the best crankset for your riding style and needs.

Guide to Our Brands

Shimano makes some of the best road cycling cranksets on the market, and tiagra is a great option for those looking for quality without spending a fortune. The tiagra crankset is known for its great shifting at a low price point compared to ultegra or dura-ace. If you're looking to upgrade your road bike, consider a Shimano crankset. You won't be disappointed.

Shimano's mountain bike cranksets are also highly respected. The Deore model is especially popular among mountain bikers, as it offers great value for money. It's also reliable and robust, making it ideal for off-road riding.

The NX crankset from SRAM is a great option for those looking for a quality crankset without breaking the bank. The NX crankset is made from forged aluminum and features a 3-bolt direct mount chainring. It is compatible with SRAM's X-Sync chainrings. The NX crankset is available in both GXP, BB30, and DUB bottom bracket compatible versions.

The SRAM X01 Eagle crankset is a top-of-the-line crankset that's perfect for weight-conscious riders who demand the best in performance and durability. Made from carbon fiber, this crankset is incredibly lightweight yet still strong enough to handle all the abuse you can throw at it. With a weight of just 585 grams, the X01 Eagle is one of the lightest cranksets on the market. And thanks to its innovative design, it's also one of the most durable. So if you're looking for a top-of-the-line crankset that won't let you down, look no further than the SRAM X01 Eagle crankset. This crankset is also available in GXP, BB30, and DUB bottom bracket versions.