Designed without bearings or a spindle, the Record 11 speed Ultra-Torque Bottom Bracket fits any of Campagnolo’s 11 speed ultra-torque crank sets (which include the aforementioned parts). What you’re getting is the two English (68mm) cups and a fastener to hold the crank.
Campagnolo made this bottom bracket over 10% lighter than...read more
After the power is transferred from your pedal to your crank the next bearing surface your power must travel over is your bottom bracket. This leaves lots of room to reduce friction levels and improve efficiencies over standard stainless steel bearings.
Ceramic Speed is a Danish company that builds high quality ceramic bearings. These aren’t bearings with a...read more
The Shimano Dura-Ace BB-7900 Bottom Bracket is a tweak on the 7800 design. You get the same basic design, two cups with a dust guard between the two. What’s improved? Well it’s not visible to the eye but the bearing seals have been redesigned.
The result of this redesign is a reduction on drag and this creates a lower friction bottom bracket and smoother...read more
SRAM’s GXP BlackBox Ceramic Bottom Bracket is the bottom bracket you get in their Red Groupset.
Ceramic bearings offer lower rolling resistance, reducing mechanical drag. It’s one of the major areas you can improve your efficiency without extra training. Lower mechanical drag ultimately means more power where the tire meets the road.