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Shimano 105 FC-5800 11-Speed Crankset

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    • Black, 170mm 50/34T
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    10 Reviews


    11 clicks of awesome.

    The new 11-speed Shimano 105 group is a huge leap forward from the previous 10-speed family, narrowing the gap to its higher-cost siblings Ultegra and Dura-Ace down to a mere sliver. The 105 FC-5800 11-Speed Crankset gives you oodles of performance and gets the drivetrain rolling without draining your bank account.

    This crankset is lighter and stiffer than previous models, featuring a new, eye-catching 4-bolt spider and chainring configuration with carbide construction to increase shifting precision and power transfer. Pairing all that function with its overall sleek design means you'll get down the road fast and look good while you're at it.

    • Aluminum arms
    • 4-bolt spider/chainring configuration
    • Available with multiple chainring combination options
    • Item #SHI002S

    Tech Specs

    Arm Material
    Arm Length
    170 mm, 172.5 mm, 175 mm
    Chainring Sizes
    53 / 39 t, 52 / 36 t, 50 / 34 t
    Bottom Bracket
    not included
    Compatible Components
    Shimano 11-speed drivetrains
    Claimed Weight
    [53/39] 740 g
    Recommended Use
    road cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

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    Hard to beat, especially for the $$$

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Unless you're a severe weight weenier, or have to have a :::slightly::: more attractive crankset, the 105 is as good as it gets.
    The rings will wear long and strong and the shifting is plenty smooth.
    This is an excellent option for Cross bikes, and Gravel Grinders too, as you wont' be beating up an expensive piece and the rings are affordable enough to have a few ratios on hand.

    Great Crankset

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Bought the 175mm 52x36 combined with an 11-32 cassette makes it perfect.

    With bigger chainrings (I was on 50x34) I feel I can get more speed with a lower cadence. This will make it hard on the hills, but having the 11-28 cassette helps with that.

    105 = Awesome

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought this crank as part of a 105 groupset to put on a spare frame I had laying around. I decided to go with 105 because the 105 has had a history of being Shimano's workhorse group and this 11 speed group is priced great, which leaves money for wheels or cockpit parts. Every component within the group got a good upgrade and resembles features found on the higher priced 11 speed Dura-Ace and Ultegra groups. The 105 groupset also allows for a pretty easy gear configuration if you're interested too (11/32 cassette, long cage rear derailleur & a 50/34 crank). If you're on a budget or want a group for a training bike, the 105 11-speed group is no-brainer option.


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Heavy duty, smooth shifing, stiff, reasonable price. Great all rounder especially on a budget.

    The black powder coat seems to come off overtime especially when you get derailed.


    Underrated performer

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    If you're on a budget but need a quality groupset, 105 is great stuff. It looks awesome in black and functions at 98% of it's more expensive cousins. There's a weight penalty with 105 for sure but the value is impossible to beat.

    Awesome crank for a newbie

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I am not in a position to pony up for a top end drive train. This is perfect though for what I hope to be a year round commute. The crank is solid, the chain rings are nicely geared and it'll stand up to crap weather and abuse. I ride terrible roads and will put a lot of wear and tear on the bike in the next couple of years. The 105 should live up to the challenge.

    Just plain ugly!

      How about some aesthetics? Why is the entire Shimano line of cranks so damn ugly? I just don't get it.....Wouldn't touch it..

      quite the contrary for me...I'm actually buying a 105 over the Ultegra for my white/black bike simply b/c I think this black 105 will complete the colorscheme much better than the Ultegra grey.