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Cane CreekeeWings Crank Arms - Tie Dye Edition


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  • Tie Dye, 165mm ($1,100.00)
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Item # CNE1WU6

eeWings Crank Arms - Tie Dye Edition

Carbon fiber has a time and a place, but for those of us who put particularly heavy levels of abuse on our bikes, chances are that place isn't the crankset. Cranks tend to see high level of abuse, between the torque we put down when we power through technical climbs, and the blunt-force-trauma they receive from impacts against rocks and roots. Carbon, while light and undeniably stiff, can crack and splinter from impacts, which has us wondering if it really is the best material for a crank. Fortunately Cane Creek has those of us skeptics covered with stunning craftsmanship of the eeWing Crank Arms, now available with an eye-catching Tie Dye limited edition colorway, just in case the stunning cranks weren't eye catching enough on their own.

The eeWings cranks are another collaboration between Cane Creek and Craig Edwards of eeBrakes fame. He originally designed a similar titanium crank, dubbed Sweet Wings, way back in 1994 and at the time they were the lightest and stiffest cranks available. In fact, much of its designs and features were 10-15 years ahead of its time and help influence crank designs to this day. Cane Creek originally wanted to bring the eeWings to the road market but realized that the titanium and build would be more apt for cross country, aggressive trail, and enduro mountain bikers. These cranks aren't phased by rock strikes, ankle rub, or flying trail debris and you can have them looking like new again by brushing them up with a green scouring pad.

Much like the eeBrakes we also carry from Cane Creek, we're super impressed by its flyweight construction, attention to detail, and absolutely zero compromises. To achieve this, the eeWings arms are constructed of Grade 9 Ti-3AI-2.5V, while the Hirth joint and chainring interface, spindle, pedal inserts, fastening bolt and washer, preload bolt, and chainring bolts are Grade 5 Ti-6AI-4V Titanium. Another thoughtful and high-quality feature includes the 7075 CNC aluminum bottom bracket preloader, no plastic and wood screw parts here. The crank weighs in a mere 400 grams which are within the weight range of the premium carbon cranks but are a claimed 20% to 30% stiffer. Cane Creek is so confident in the eeWings quality and durability that it backs the cranks with a 10-year limited warranty. The arms are available in 170 and 175mm length and its 30mm spindle is compatible with many bottom brackets on the market. The chainring interface is for SRAM X-SYNC Direct Mount Chainrings.

  • Titanium cranks that skip carbon for stunning craftsmanship
  • Eye-catching limited edition colorway is one of a kind
  • Cane Creeks's eeWings titanium crank with a 30mm spindle
  • Works with most BB standards, threaded, BB and PF30, etc.
  • Materials and construction designed to take a beating
  • 400g of ti goodness that's plenty durable for aggressive trails
  • Claimed 20-30% stiffer than leading carbon cranks
  • Uses a SRAM X-SYNC Direct Mount chainring (sold separately)

Tech Specs
Arm Materialbutted 3/2.5 titanium
Arm Length170, 175mm
Bolt Circle Diameterdirect mount
BB TypeBSA 73mm Threaded, Press Fit 92/89.5, Press Fit 30 (outboard bearing only), BB30 (outboard bearing only) 392 EVO
Spindle30mm CNC 6/4 titanium
Q Factor176mm
Compatible ComponentsSRAM 3-bolt direct mount chainring
Recommended Usemountain biking
Manufacturer Warranty10 years

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>Rating: 5

What a steal

Size Bought
6` 2"
192 lbs

Wow I'm getting a full 360°out of every rotation. Not sure I was getting that out of my previous cranks. How can cane creek make money selling these so cheap?