Black Label's 4D8 2.5-Piece Chromoly Crankset uses a 2.5-piece design that requires only one spindle bolt, therefore saving weight and increasing strength. The light and tough chromoly crankarms have regular and nano-drive sprocket bolt holes. This fine crankset is designed for Mid bottom brackets with a 48-spline, 19mm axle, and is right and left hand-drive compatible.
A great grip, easily replaceable pins, and shaving a little weight off your bike are reasons why Black Label's Alloy Gas Pedals should be on your bicycle. They're made of light and tough aluminum with 9/16-inch chromoly axles so they're compatible with 3-piece cranks. These fine pedals feature loose ball bearings for durability and easy maintenance, too.
Dave Mirra designed Black Label's Handlebars so you know they're good. They're made from butted, heat-treated chromoly for toughness.
Dave Mirra designed Black Label's Mirrabend Handlebar so you know it's good. It's made from butted, heat-treated chromoly for toughness.
Top your seat with Black Label's Pivotal Seat Cover. It's slim, light, and has great-looking graphics. It's made of durable vinyl with thin padding so it's ready for all types of riding.
Shimano's DXR V-Brake Levers are the choice of the pros, from the Olympics to the local race scene. They use a 2-finger design with Shimano's proven Super Linear Response system that gives you great power and feel with little effort.
Do yourself a favor and get Black Label's Black Pack to keep your ride looking clean. It includes a plastic pivotal seat, plastic pedals and bar plugs.
Black Label's 7075 Sprocket is machined from 1/4-inch thick 7075 aluminum for awesome strength and durability. An adapter for 19mm axles is included.
$534.99 - $554.99
In BMX racing, that first sprint from the gate is the most important part of the race. Shimano knows this, so their DXR cranks are unbelievably stiff, perfect for getting out in front for the holeshot. They borrow Hollowtech II technology from the Saint downhill cranks to make them rigid, light and super tough. They sport a narrow Q factor for smooth pedaling and steel pedal inserts for durability. When 2nd place just won't do, DXR is the answer.
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