Thursday, April 16th, 2015 12:35 pm

Stanridge x FSA.

Posted by: kris

It doesn’t get much more fancy than these custom FSA carbon track cranks out of the Stanridge house. You can grab this white on black set right here with original chainring or order a custom color/AARN combo!



Thursday, November 7th, 2013 2:44 pm

Unknown Machina Cranks.

Posted by: kris

Unknown continues to expand their line of track goods with the affordable Machina crankset. 6061 heat treated with a 130 BCD ring for 65 bucks. a good choice for a first build daily rider or anything you’re getting together on the cheap. Swoop here!



Wednesday, June 5th, 2013 12:36 pm

Jeffy D: Destroy “Hella” Cranks.

Posted by: kris

Jeff Dempler put together a little install video showing what’s good with the new Destroy cranks. A couple clips at the end there for ya but this is another really good look at these bad boys.



Wednesday, June 5th, 2013 12:07 pm

Spotlightin’: Destroy “Hella” 22mm Cranks.

Posted by: kris

Picked up some of these from Sean at Destroy last weekend while down in Redwood City. Been looking for some bombproof cranks for a minute now and the “Hella” Blasted 22mms to be the answer. Judging by the design and welds pretty sure I won’t have to worry about blowing out cranks for some time. Dig the ovalized design on these that keeps them as light as other 19mm cranks but still enough meat for that 22mm interface. Logos look pretty rad engraved on there too. Just waiting for a sprocket and I can get these rollin. A few more detail shots after the jump..

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Thursday, May 30th, 2013 4:50 pm

Destroy “Hella” Blasted Cranks.

Posted by: kris

Pretty stoked to be picking up a pair of these from Destroy this weekend. Pretty sure I’ve gone through something like 10 pairs of cranks in the past couple years so hopefully these will 22mm “Hella” jawns will take care of that. Oh yeah…and they’re splined. So fucking legit!



Monday, December 3rd, 2012 11:36 am

Father Tu: Stronglight.

Posted by: kris

This was still open on my computer so I guess I was in a hurry on friday haha. Anywho, you can always count on Father Tu to deliver some quality track stuff to the interwebs. These cranks used to look so weird to me back when I first started riding. Now i’d be stoked to have a set of these vintage Stronglight disks to put on a track frame. Dig ’em.

Wednesday, September 12th, 2012 1:28 pm

Toro and the Heritage Parts.

Posted by: kris

Brain has been on a little search as of late for some special things. He came across an availability of some purdy vintage parts and has begun making them available to everyone. There’s some good stuff in there already like the Campy cranks and NOS Dura Ace bb and be on the lookout for stuff periodically. Especially if you’re looking for something rare or vintage for the track!

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011 8:24 pm

Eighthinch Cromo Sprocket and Fresh Drivetrain.

Posted by: kris

I recently got all my new Eighthinch bits up on my bike so I’ll be upping a few posts in the next few hours showing you what’s good from the dudes! Here’s the new proto sprocket that I’m so loving right now. No more steel insert in an aluminum sprocket. This beast is solid cromo and 48 splined to keep things stiff and running right. I also got my 12 tooth cog on there that they dished out a while back along with some raw 170mm cranks to keep it fresh. Stoked on having some more leverage and a way tighter gearing of 33×12. This is seriously the most solid drivetrain I’ve ever had without a shadow of a doubt. Look for these sprockets to be dropping here real soon.

Monday, November 7th, 2011 2:57 pm

Eighthinch SF Bike Expo Deals!

Posted by: kris

Oh wow! There’s some seriously good deals to be had at the SF Bike Expo from Eighthinch for sure! Like holy sheeet I might have to grab some of this stuff too! $50 splined cranks? 48 hole V1 Julians for just $10?! Some polo mallet deals and a ton of other stuff in there too! Hmmm. Might have to open up myself a little garage bike shop haha.

Friday, July 22nd, 2011 11:46 am

Eighthinch: How to Install Splined Cranks.

Posted by: kris

The dudes at Eighthinch have your back on getting your ride rolling. I’ve actually had quite a few people ask me how I go about doing this. Maybe I’ll just direct them to this from now on haha. If you’re digging these cranks go swoop a set here!