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CeramicSpeed BSA30 Bottom Bracket

Item #CBB10395
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New with Warranty
Regular price
$379.00

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Why We Love It
BSA is another way of saying English threading; it comes from British Standard Cycle. English threading on road bikes mean a 68mm wide, 34mm inside diameter shell with reverse threading on the drive side. It’s the most common threaded standard employed today. This kit allows you to fit 30mm thru-axle cranks, like those from Rotor, to fit in the tight space of this 34mm spindle. This BB comes with Ceramic Speed's Standard Bearings which have low drag thanks to hardened-steel races and Ceramic balls.

Click here for tips on Ceramic Speed bottom bracket installation, crank compatibility, and maintenance.
About This Item
  • Weight: 82g
  • In The Box
  • 2 threaded cups with bearings installed
  • 2 1mm spacers
  • 2 0.5mm spacers
  • 2 dust covers
  • O-ring
  • CeramicSpeed All Round Grease
  • Sticker sheet
  • Spacertube
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Details
Brand CeramicSpeed
Model BSA30 Black
Shell Width 68mm
Threading English
Intended Use Road
Weight 82 grams
mpn 101315
upc 5711050001545
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