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The Omnium track crankset is the first external bearing track crank in the world. Designed for world-class track racing, the Omnium features our strongest and stiffest alloy; 7050-T6. The full 5mm thick 7075-T6 chainring was developed for use only with 1/2 x 1/8 chains. Reports from our test riders suggest that this is the stiffest crank they had ever ridden.
Bottom Bracket Included (Compatible with SRAM GXP Bottom Bracket only)
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5-year Warranty on all bicycle frames
1-year Warranty non-consumable parts
2-year Warranty on Essor USA products
Warranty activated only after you submit proof of professional assembly.
The SRAM Omnium crankset w/GXP bottom bracket are definitely pricey, but I will say they are definitely well worth the cost! It is 100% better than the cranks that come stock on the 4130 series. I noticed instantly the smooth feel of the ride as soon as I changed them and it is made everything better on the feel, including sprints, climbing, and sustainment. It was extremely easy to install and definitely bring a much cooler look and feel to the overall aesthetic of the bike. So far, I have had them on my bike for a couple of weeks now and have loved every ride with them! I would highly recommend the SRAM Omnium crankset to anyone who is looking to upgrade. Definitely worth the buy and you won’t regret it.
Absolutely the best power to wheel feel I’ve ever experienced. I am more connected with my bike than ever before. Money well spent.
Riding about 150 miles a week, I was tired of the drag from the original crank. I believe this is a much better than the stock State crank. Smoother and more power. Acceleration is more ready once you get used to the crank. Also climbing is easier being once you have momentum it’s easier to sustain. All in all worth every penny.
Replaced the stock State crankset and bottom bracket with this. Feels a lot more solid. Slightly better power transfer.
I had them installed on my black label v2 and man!!! Are they smooth. Coming from the stock State cranks that were on my matte6.The first thing i noticed is the power transfer, you can really feel the power being laid down evenly. There is also no flex when skidding either. I recomend them highly!
Great quality and smooth single gear action.
These are easily the most rigid cranks I've ever pedaled with. Absolutely worth the money. They make the rest of your bicycle feel squirly (and I've got a steel frame).
The only weakness that I can think of are the chainring bolts. I eventually replaced mine with SS ones because I swap chainrings every now and then.
Upgraded my stock crank on my single speed/fixie to the SRAM OMNIUM and what a world of difference it is. I went from a 44T to 48T crank and now I get much more explosive speed from the start. All single speed/fixie bikes should come standard with this crank set. I am glad I made he purchase.
I just bought this for my State "Black Label" single speed...I'm slowly upgrading parts and am very pleased with this crank and bottom bracket. It's definitely a noticeable difference especial in weight.
Highly recommend this crank!
The Omnium crank with the GXP bottom bracket are probably the best upgrades you could give your fixed gear frame (given that that's pretty much all the mech you have on there :) ). I'm going to add this review on the GXP BB page too because I think it's just as worthwhile as the crank.
Together they have a really tight and clean feel and appearance to them. I like the Omnium crank arm's straight line and prefer it to the curved arm that the SRAM crankset that came stock on my Contender. I can't claim that I personally feel a huge difference, but that could be because I also changed the sprocket at the back at the same time I installed this crankset. Omniums are the standard for track racing though.
Easy installation, they feel great, and look gorgeous on a bike.