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SRAMForce 22 GXP Crankset

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Item # SRM0510

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  • One Color, 170mm 50/34T ($273.00)
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Item # SRM0510
Description

Why We Like The Force 22 GXP Crankset

Beyond the 22 gears, the Force 22 GXP Crankset draws heavily from SRAM's Red technology for more precision and power than before. SRAM lays up the cranks with unidirectional carbon fibers. When placed parallel to each other, the strength of carbon fiber is maximized so that the loads work along the axis of the fibers. This also means the amount of carbon used is able to be reduced, which in turn means greater weight savings. The unidirectional carbon decreases flex, which means every pedal stroke counts for a bit more. The spider it’s mated to is a forged alloy that includes the spindle on the non-drive side. SRAM chose to use a 130mm diameter spider, which means you’re able to use it with most aftermarket chainrings. Taking the standard a bit further, however, the mounting bolt has been incorporated into the backside of the crank arm. This reduces deflection and ensures no skipped front shifts.

Trickling down from the SRAM Red group are the Exogram chainrings. SRAM uses its "True 22" X Glide R chainring calibration, ensuring no missed shifts. They are machined from 5mm 7075-T6 aluminum and specifically designed for the 11-speed system with optimized shift ramp profiles and stiffness.

  • Mid-level carbon crank arms for road, 'cross, and gravel
  • Compatible with SRAM/Truvativ GXP standard bottom bracket
  • Use the SRAM Force front derailleur for the best performance

Tech Specs
Arm Materialcarbon fiber
Arm Length170mm, 172.5mm, 175mm
Chainring Sizes50 / 34t, 53 / 39t
Bolt Circle Diameter[50/34t] 110mm, [53/39t] 130mm
Bolts5
Rings2
BB TypeSRAM GXP
Spindle24mm GXP
Q Factor147mm
Chainline45mm
Compatible ComponentsSRAM 11-speed
Activityroad cycling, gravel, cyclocross
Manufacturer Warranty2 years
Weight

Actual Weight

One Color, 170mm 50/34T
682g
24.06oz
One Color, 175mm 50/34T
683g
24.09oz

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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[172.5mm 53/39t] 1lb 12.5oz
808g

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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What size is the spindle length? I have a frame with says pf30 has econtric with bottom bracket looks like spindle length is close to 98mm

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What is the q factor of these cranks?

>Rating: 5

Great crankset

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I bought this crankset to upgrade to a new bottom bracket. It has worked as expected and am very happy with it. I bought one for my wife about 2 years ago, and was very happy with it, so thought I would get one for myself. I have been very happy with it so far.

>Rating: 5

Hills are a little easier!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Have been thinking of switching to a 50/34 for some time and finally saw this crank at a great price here on CC. Very happy with the product; installation was easy; and works flawlessly on my 10 speed setup. It's not quite like an e-bike for going up hills, but I've noticed the lower gearing up front has helped for the steep ones here in Northern California. I'm not missing the top end 53 either. Even riding with a group in a paceline has not been a problem on the 50. Happy in every respect! And the not to be missed: the crank just looks good!

I am looking for an upgrade on my 10spd sram set up and notice that you use this on yours, i didn't know it is compatible.

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Can I use this crank with eTap derailleur? Thanks.

Hey Bob, Yes, it is compatible with ETap. You will have no issues.

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Will the 50/34 force 22 crank set trade straight across on a Ridley helium force 22 with 52/36 with the pf30 bottom bracket?

>Rating: 5

Great for the monster cross/gravel bike

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Changed a 50x34 to this 46x36, works well with 10 sp, minor adjustment to the front derailleur need to be moved down a bit. With and 11x36 cassette, as I said, great for gravel riding and some mountain courses.

>Rating: 4

Pristine

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

The Sram carbon road cranks are awesome. This crank looks great and is really light. I highly recommend it if you're looking to shave a few grams. Shifting is pristine and the crank doesn't weigh much less than Red. I made the switch from Ultegra.

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Will this crank (50/34) work with a Shimano 9sp Sora chain ? Or, would a new 11sp chain work better ? Thanks.

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Hi. The craknset is compatible with BB86 EVO? It includes the bottom bracket? Thanks

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Can this crankset be used with a 10s drive train?

>Rating: 5

Perfect crank!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Upgraded from my Shimano set and want a difference! Light, agile and stiff. I'm lovin the 22!

Upgraded
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I currently have a SRAM Rival GXP (46/36) crankset on my bike - not 11 speed. Is the Force 22 GXP Crankset a direct replacement?

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Hi, i have an Kestrel talon 2014 with sh 105, iwant to change crankset, but im really doesn't know wich use, ? can you helpme ? if is gxp, bb30 .... thks

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Can I install a Force 22 BB30 in a English threaded bike?

Thanks for your question Darrin, sadly the BB30 uses a wider crank spindle and will not fit in an english threaded bottom bracket. While you can go from BB30 back down, you cann't go up to BB30. You can though get the Force 22 GXP and that will work with a GXP Threaded bottom bracket.

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Is the GXP version the correct one for a...

Is the GXP version the correct one for a 2012 Trek Madone 4.6?

Hi Gordon, According to Trek's spec's your bike has a BB90 and that will work with the GXP.

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