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SRAMX01 Eagle 12-Speed GXP Direct Mount Crankset
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Item # SRM00A0

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Item # SRM00A0
Description

The new standard.

If trails always leaned towards flat, we'd blissfully rock an effortlessly simple singlespeed setup to our heart's content. However, the world is lumpy, and sometimes gears are essential to enjoying time on the trail. With its Eagle drivetrain, SRAM is making the rest of the industry take notice with 12 speeds of one-by, bridging the gap between clean single chainrings and gear range for days. The SRAM X01 Eagle 12-Speed GXP Direct Mount Crankset moves the chain forward with classy, understated graphics and an updated design.

Eagle's X-Sync 2 chainring builds on the OG X-Sync chainring's chain retention ability with a few updates coming with claims of even better chain control. As with the original design, each tooth is CNC-machined with a variable thickness from tooth to tooth, which support the chain's inner- and outer-link widths. This lets the chain and chainring essentially lock together as you pedal and pushes away mud with ease. Where the original X-Sync teeth boasted a boxy shape, Eagle's chainring features aggressively profiled teeth that hold the chain like a hungry raccoon clutching the edge of a discarded leftover container before letting it glide back to the cassette for smooth, friction-free turns.

SRAM utilizes its Carbon Tuned technology to fashion the X01 Eagle arms with a proprietary carbon layup that increases stiffness where it's needed and minimizes excess material for an overall reduction in weight. In contrast to its top-tier XX1 Eagle cousin's hollow core construction, the X01 Eagle crank arms feature a foam core that adds a handful of grams while keeping costs down without impacting responsiveness. The direct-mount chainring interface also affords the option of quickly subbing different sized rings for different shapes of terrain, allowing flexibility to adapt to the day's planned route.

  • SRAM sets the new one-by standard with its 12-speed cranksets
  • Stiff carbon crank arms efficiently transfer power
  • Aggressive tooth shape locks the chain in line
  • Foam core construction reduces weight with a budget in mind
  • Easily customize gearing with centerlock chainring
Tech SpecsWeight
Tech Specs
Arm Material
carbon fiber with foam core
Arm Length
170 mm, 175 mm
Chainring Sizes
32 t
BB Type
GXP
Bolts
direct-mount
Rings
1
Compatible Components
SRAM XX1 Eagle, SRAM X01 Eagle
Recommended Use
mountain bike
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years
Weight

Actual Weight

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Grams

Oz

Black, 175mm/32t
514g
18.13oz

Claimed Weight

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[with 32t chainring] 465 g

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I have a mtb with a 73mm shell, which bottom bracket should I buy to go with this crank? All I see is DUB... do you still carry the right bottom bracket for this crank? Thanks!

Edit:

Is this is right one?

https://www.competitivecyclist.com/sram-gxp-team-bottom-bracket?skid=SRM0378-ONECOL-S6873MM

Hi Clay,



Thanks for your question. That bottom bracket in the link you supplied is the correct one to run this crankset on your frame.(Item # SRM0378).



Assuming the shell is threaded, that is indeed the correct bottom bracket. You'll want the 68/73 English threaded option.

Eagle 4 Eagles Sake

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Building up a new whip? Perhaps refreshing your trusty old steed with a fresh new drivetrain? Going Eagle because it is amazing? Go with the XO1 Eagle Crankset. It only makes sense and the new SRAM chainrings will outlast everything else on the market and hold onto the chain like velcro!

Light and stiff!!!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The new X01 eagle crank checks all the right boxes. Light enough to run on your XC bikes, Strong enough to run on a downhill/park bike, and stiff enough to still put down all your power, but with enough give to smooth out the ride, and direct mount rings for quick, easy chain ring swaps. Sram knocked it out of the park with this one.

Avg. ride time: 1h 25m per week
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It's Eagle So Great So Far

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I just started to run the SRAM X01 Eagle drivetrain on my new rig (Evil Following) and to say that it is shifting and pedaling bliss would be close to not doing it justice. The crank specifically has held up pretty well so far as the 175mm sizing works well for my almost 33

Beautiful

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have been loving the new SRAM X01 Eagle drivetrain. It has performed with minimal maintenance—not recommended—and helped pursue my passion to ride diverse terrain with one bike. With any new technology in the bike world, there is a cost to getting on the newest and greatest advancements—the Eagle is fresh to the market and currently the only 1x12 drivetrain available—and the price tag reflects the exclusivity. Per usual, prices do tend to drop after time (although there is no concrete evidence of that happening anytime soon). However, even as is, I think the price tag associated with the new 1x12 systems is well worth the money and will only increase any on-trail experience and offer a whole new range to you daily ride.

Light, Stiff, and Strong

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These cranks rock! They're super stiff and don't weigh your bike down. They're also extremely durable. I have several hundred miles on them so far and haven't had any issues with them. I would suggest Race Face crank boots to protect them as they don't come with their own boots. After a weekend riding trails in Moab my cranks show plenty of signs of rock strikes but nothing more than cosmetic blemishes. Had I put crank boots on before that trip they'd still look new.

If you have questions about these cranks or compatibility with your frame or bottom bracket hit me up.