SRAM BB30 Carbon Crankset

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MSRP : $510.99

Product Description

If you want a drivetrain designed for any terrain and any ability, the Sram X0 BB30 3x10 carbon crankset delivers the widest gear range available. Trickle down technology from the XX group is visible all over this crankset, with carbon crank arms and X-Glide shifting that's been optimized for 22x33x44 gearing. Additionally, what most trail riders are looking for is the climbing ability of a real granny gear (22-36.)

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