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  1. Misc Components
    Praxis has yet another entry into the carbon cranks realm - and this one won't break the bank. Unveiled at the Sea Otter Classic last month, the Girder Carbon 1x crankset has a claimed weight of 542 grams and sells for $310 including protective crank boots and chainring, which comes in 30, 32...
  2. Misc Components
    What is it The Praxis Cadet is a solid forged aluminum crankset. It's intended for 1x specific drivetrains and uses a SRAM compatible 3-bolt direct mount interface. Crankarms are available in either 170mm or 175mm lengths. There is no boost specific version. Depending on your chainline, you...
  3. Misc Components
    Praxis is a Santa Cruz, California-based company with its foundations rooted in research and development. They came up with the 11-40 wide range 10-speed cassette in 2015 that gave many riders a reliable and cost-effective 1x gearing solution. Since then, they've expanded their line-up...
  4. 29er Bikes
    Why aluminum? Most educated riders will argue that you will get the best bang for your buck by dressing up an aluminum frame with the nicest components you can afford. That makes a lot of sense. Generally speaking, aluminum bikes share the same geometry and suspension kinematics as their...
  5. Misc Components
    The Praxis Lyft carbon crankset is also new for 2016, featuring hollow carbon construction (click to enlarge). Praxis Works came to life six years ago, manufacturing high quality after-market chainrings. Since then, the Santa Cruz, California-based company has expanded its product breadth...
  6. Misc Components
    We love covering the latest and greatest, but the truth is, most of us can't afford to drop 10 large on a mountain bike. Below is our list of 2015 products that offered the best bang for the buck. This 27.5" rim from Easton weighs 425g for the 24mm version, 475g for the 27mm, and 490g for...
  7. General Discussion
    Praxis Works built their reputation on high quality chainrings and the brand is constantly expanding their lineup. Recently, they released three new chainrings for 1x-drivetrtain equipped mountain bikes. Praxis Direct Mount First up is their new direct mount chainring, which uses a 3-bolt SRAM...
  8. Misc Components
    For all those Shimano devotees looking for a narrow/wide chainring solution, Santa Cruz's Praxis Works has gotten in the game. The cold forging champions have released a new 96 bolt circle diameter thick-thin-tooth single chainrings that will work with XT and XTR drivetrains. Availability of the...
  9. Misc Components
    Update: June 8, 2015 The Praxis Works 11-40 cassette is now a reality and is available for purchase. We've received it and have started using it. Packaging is top notch and it is everything we've expected so far. Manufacturing quality is excellent and shifting has been flawless so far. Look for...
  10. Misc Components
    Praxis Works machined the profile of its 1X Wide/Narrow chainring to match the inner and outer chain plates for better retention. Santa Cruz, Calif.-based Praxis Works has jumped on the narrow-wide chainring bandwagon with the release of its own 1X Wide Narrow chainrings in sizes from 32-38...
  11. Misc Components
    Adam shows us one of Praxis Works Conversion BB Kits on a new Look BB30 bike. Praxis Works Conversion BB Kits 68mm and 73mm shell widths for both Road or Mountain Aluminum shell design Fits in either BB30 or PF30 frame Installed to allow for a Shimano crank to be used on your frame Can...
  12. Mountain Cycle
    For those that have questions about the new cranks and bottom brackets on the new MC models. The bikes will be using standard PF 30 bottom bracket shells. Therefor any standard PF 30 crankset will work, so a replacement for the stock crank will not be a problem. This is becoming a industry...
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