FSA's Afterburner Crankset uses hollow-forged aluminum crankarms to help keep the weight down, and the stout BB30 axle increases stiffness and pedaling efficiency while narrowing the Q-factor and shedding even more weight. High-quality aluminum chainrings provide fast, precise shifting.
- Specifically designed FatBike crankset with forged aluminum arms and 100mm MegaExo 24mm spindle pressed into drive arm - 10-speed mountain double - Designed for fatbikes with 100mm bottom bracket shells - Integrated MegaExo bottom bracket with external bearing cups - 22/36t aluminum rings with ramps and pins - BCD (rings): 64/104mm (22/36) - Includes CrMo chainring bolts
The latest FSA crankset for gravel, adventure, or road use. Thanks to the adaptable BB386 EVO 30mm spindle, this modular system will fit a wide variety of frames with a range of BB standards. - Hollow forged arms - Forged AL7050 BB386EVO spindle - Direct mount outer chainring and 90 BCD inner chainrings - Chromoly chainring bolts - Fits Shimano and SRAM 10-11 speed systems - Number of Chainrings: Double - Chainline/Hub Compatibility: 130 Hubs - Spindle Interface Type: 386 EVO - Chainring BCD: 90, Direct Mount FSA - Pedal Spindle: 9/16" - Crank Intended Use: Road, Gravel - Crank Length: 170mm - Rings: 46/30 - Drivetrain Speeds: 11 - BB Included: No - Weight: 755
The FSA K-Force Light ABS BB386EVO road crankset features hollow carbon fiber arms for incredible stiffness and minimal weight. The adaptable BB386EVO 30mm spindle will fit a wide variety of frames and a broad range of BB standards. Using FSA’s Asymmetric Bolt Standard, with four bolts for maximum power transfer, the K-Force Light is extremely efficient. And, the unidirectional carbon finish, updated graphics, and concealed chainring bolts make the K-Force Light look as good as it performs. - Hollow carbon arms with UD finish - Forged AL7050 BB386EVO spindle - Cold-forged CNC chainrings - AL7075 Torx T-30 alloy chainring bolts - Fits FSA, Shimano, and SRAM 10/11s systems - Bottom brackets sold separately; BB selection will depend on frame shell interface
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