• SRAM - Force 1 BB30 Crankset - Black
    SRAM - Force 1 BB30 Crankset - Detail
  • SRAM - Force 1 BB30 Crankset - Black
  • SRAM - Force 1 BB30 Crankset - Detail
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SRAM Force 1 BB30 Crankset

20% Off
$242.40 - $273.70 $322.00

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    • Black, 170mm 110BCD x 42T
      sale $242.40
    • Black, 172.5mm 110BCD x 42T
      sale $242.40
    • Black, 175mm 110BCD x 42T
      sale $257.60
    • Black, 170mm 130BCD x 52T
      sale $273.70
    • Black, 172.5mm 130BCD x 52T
      sale $257.60
    • Black, 175mm 130BCD x 52T
      sale $257.60

    Tech Specs

    Arm Material:
    carbon fiber, [spider] forged aluminum
    Arm Length:
    170 mm, 172.5 mm, 175 mm
    Chainring Sizes:
    42 t, 50 t, 52 t
    Bolt Circle Diameter:
    110 mm, 130 mm
    BB Type:
    Compatible Components:
    SRAM Force 1 11-speed
    Claimed Weight:
    [172.5mm, 50T, no BB] 679 g
    Recommended Use:
    cycling, cyclocross, gravel
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    2 years

    Force 1 BB30 Crankset

    There may be no real need to go to a one-by set up on your road rig, but the SRAM Force 1 BB30 Crankset may create the logic to do so—especially if your road rides tend to start on tarmac and end on gravel or dirt. Force 1 shares the same goals as the successful SRAM CX1 crankset, and those are to give you less chain drops and shift misses, as well as cleaner lines for the chain and your eyes. The SRAM X-Sync chainring holds your chain tight and works to clear any trail debris from the chain should you get dirt-minded on your road adventure. And with the variety of chainring sizes available, the Force 1 is ready to do a 200-mile flat epic or dance with you as you tackle some off-road mountain passes.

    • Game-changing crankset for those who compete on road and gravel
    • Wide-tooth, narrow-tooth chainring tech offers maximum control
    • Unidirectional carbon in crank arm boosts strength at a low weight
    • Single-ring drivetrain simplifies functionality and smoothness

    1x Every Time

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    1x is the way to go for cyclocross or gravel bikes hands down. You don't have to hassle with front derailleurs, and you can run an extended range cassette in the rear. It will bring the weight of your bike down. You won't have to worry about mud building up during muddy races on the front derailleur. Less moving parts the better for those muddy days out on the bike.