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Miche Team CPT Double Chainset

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Product Description

Team CPT Crank Set, the affordable Miche chainset that offers a high-quality finish.

Featuring a 50/34 teeth compact chainring ratio this crankset transforms every revolution into pure power. Furthermore the extremely solid crankarms are made of forged 7075 aluminium with a brush-polished and anodized finish. The Miche Team CPT has a 5-arm spider with 110mm PCD. The axle profile is compatible with JIS squared bottom bracket with a 68 mm case width and with an axle length of 107mm. It also features a self extracting system integrated within the crankarms. The stiff aluminium chainrings with brush-polished finish are cnc machined for a further weight reduction.

  • One piece light-weight forged aluminium crank - CNC
  • 110 BCD 34/50t alloy rings
  • 170mm or 172.5mm length
  • JIS 107mm (not included)
  • 705 g (34/50 170mm)



Miche Team CPT Double Chainset Reviews

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Overall Rating:
4.2
out of 5
4.16
Build Quality
3.50
Performance
4
Value For Money
5.00

Customer Reviews (1)

4
Does the Job

Bought for a city/training bike and quality looks and feels very good for the money. Matched with Shimano 68mm shell 107mm axle bottom bracket (as recommended by Tredz) as 113mm axle on bike was too wide and threw chain-line out too far. Chain slightly stiff on teeth but acceptable, I wondered if it might not be 10 speed compatible but I'm using ok with 10 spd chain.

Bought for a city/training bike and quality looks and feels very good for the money. Matched with Shimano 68mm shell 107mm axle bottom bracket (as recommended by Tredz) as 113mm axle on bike was too wide and threw chain-line out too far. Chain slightly stiff on teeth but acceptable, I wondered if it might not be 10 speed compatible but I'm using ok with 10 spd chain.

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4.2 out of 5
Build Quality: 3.5/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 5/5

Cranks & Chainsets Guide

What are cranks and chainsets?

The cranks are the part of your bike that your pedals attach to, which turn and drive the chain of your bike. The chainset includes the cranks, front chainrings, the axle that joins them and sometimes the bottom bracket they pass through.

Who needs cranks and chainsets?

Every bike has them, so if yours are worn out, broken or in need of an upgrade, you need them.

What are the choices?

Chainsets are available as single, double (often called compact) or triple ring, in road or mountain bike versions. You should choose based on the type of gearing you need on your bike.

What should I buy with them?

If you’re having a major change of chainset, you may also need to upgrade other drivetrain parts, including front derailleur, rear derailleur, cassette and chain, as these parts work together and need to be compatible.

Anything else?

Chainsets will need a specific type of bottom bracket, which often, but not always, will be included. This means you also need to make sure your bottom bracket is compatible with your frame.

See our Chainset guide for more. 

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