Cane Creek eeWings All-Road Crank Arms with Stages Power

Cane Creek eeWings All-Road Crank Arms with Stages Power
Cane Creek eeWings All-Road Crank Arms with Stages Power
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eeWings All-Road Crank Arms with Stages Power by Cane Creek
Yes, carbon seems to be the material of choice these days for almost every bike component, including cranks, and they've certainly proven their benefits in the stiffness and weight saving department. We do, however, have a soft spot for the looks of cranks made of metal and when we learned that the eeWings All-Road Crank Arms with Stages Power from Cane Creek had a claimed 20 - 30% stiffness increase over premium carbon cranks on the market, all while coming in at a comparable weight, we knew we had to have it on our gravel and all-road bikes. That type of riding demands for cranks to be as light and strong as possible, and we require durability, and stiffness so thankfully eeWings' titanium construction delivers and it's likely to outlast many of its carbon counterparts. Add in the wattage sensing Stages powermeter pod and you have a crankset that's absolutely drool-worthy. The eeWings cranks are another collaboration between Cane Creek and Craig Edwards, who was the driving force behind the proven eeBrakes. He originally designed a similar titanium crank, dubbed Sweet Wings, way back in 1994 and at the time they were the lightest and stiffest cranks available. In fact, much of its designs and features were 10-15 years ahead of its time and help influence crank designs to this day. Cane Creek realized the potential of embracing this design to create something timeless and different, and here we are with these gorgeous titanium cranks that rival the performance and weight of carbon but are able to take much more of a beating. This makes them a perfect option for the mix of on- and off-road terrain we typically ride on our gravel bikes, but they should not be discounted as an option for your road bike as well. And perhaps the best part, to make them look like new again all it takes is brushing them up with a green scouring pad. Much like the eeBrakes we also carry from Cane Creek, we're super impressed by the flyweight construction, attention to detail, and abso...

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