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Carbon fixed gear crankset.....(6 posts)

Carbon fixed gear crankset.....Dave Hickey
Nov 25, 2002 5:58 AM
I know this kinda goes against the concept of a simple cheap fixed gear bike, but if you want the ultimate crankset, FSA just came out the a carbon BMX crankset. It uses an ISIS bottom bracket so it will work with a standard road frameset.
Not to be a weight weenie...RedPat
Nov 25, 2002 6:55 AM
but I wonder how much it weighs. Ring looks beefy. One thing I love about my fixie is how light it is. The FSA is a good lookin' crankset, though.
Here is what FSA say'sDave Hickey
Nov 25, 2002 7:51 AM
Carbon Pro BMX



Patented carbon composite crank arms

110mm BCD

ISIS Drive, Octalink

Includes Torx 7075/T6 alloy chainring bolts

170 or 175mm crank arm lengths

Weight – 414 grams

(chainwheel not included)
What is the weight on the wallet?bigrider
Nov 25, 2002 7:19 AM
How much does it cost? It is a great looking cranset.
What is the weight on the wallet?Dave Hickey
Nov 25, 2002 7:48 AM
The arms only are on Ebay for $175.00
off topic but ......Spirito
Nov 25, 2002 10:22 AM
if you added a 36 tooth (or smaller) granny ring to the inner holes (74bcd) it would make a decidely different twist to an iBoB, rivendell, touring style superlightweight crankset.

definately different and im sure some would give it a try.

i do like the 110bcd size though - its a shame for most riders that it isnt the standard as it would alow for more options than the current 130 and 135 bcd but perhaps i just dont see the point of triples.

oops wrong forum ... sorry

ciao