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Forget 11, turn it up to 12.
It’s getting less and less common to see front derailleurs on any sort of singletrack-shredding rig, and while it’s awesome to shed weight, there’s no denying that you lose a few options dropping down to 10 or 11 speeds. It’s fine when you’re out for a casual cruise, but if you’re pushing for podiums or rallying the Colorado Trail, getting the extra gear offered up by the SRAM X01 Eagle 12-Speed BB30 Direct Mount Boost Crankset’s drivetrain can be a game changer.
The X01 Eagle is slightly less expensive and a smidge heavier than the XX1, but it’s virtually identical otherwise, with CNC-machined teeth that never let a chain drop and a Boost-friendly design that bumps the chain line out three millimeters for powerful and smooth pedaling to go with your wider hubs. Swapping out the included 32-tooth direct-mount chainring for a smaller (or bigger, if you’re crazy) option is a breeze, and the carbon construction ensures the X01 Eagle stays super stiff even when you’re cranking up the steepest sections outside Leadville.
- A crankset that sets the standard for 12-speed drivetrains
- Stiff carbon layup for efficient power transfer
- Foam core construction reduces weight with a budget in mind
- Aggressive tooth shape locks the chain in line
- Easily customize gearing with centerlock chainring
- Item #SRM00A3
- Q & A
Any idea if this crank will work with a 2016 Pivot 429 Trail.
Here's the info from their site:
Pivot is the first frame manufacturer to feature the 92mm wide bottom bracket shell standard, originally developed in conjunction with Shimano XTR. With the press fit 92 system, there are no external washers or threads in the shell. The bearings are housed in light composite resin cups with a full sealed sleeve to keep out the elements. This design allows for easy crank installation, with no frame facing or special spacers required. Chain line is perfectly optimized and as an added advantage, the bearings are extremely easy to replace. Another bonus is that the XTR version includes a 3 year warranty from Shimano. The system works with Shimano, FSA and Race Face cranks (all compatible with the Shimano cup design) as well as the SRAM GXP system for which SRAM offers both standard and ceramic versions. In addition, Enduro and several other aftermarket companies offer both replacement bottom brackets and bearings to support every major crank brand.