SRAM Omnium Track Crankset, Black
NOTE: SRAM IS NO LONGER MAKING OMNIUMS AND THEY ARE NO LONGER IN STOCK AT DEALERS. THE S-300 IS THE ONLY OPTION FROM SRAM AT THIS TIME.
SRAM Omnium Track Crankset is the first external bearing track crank in the world. Designed for world-class track racing, but also at home as the ultimate fixie crankset, the Omnium features SRAM's strongest and stiffest alloy, 7050-T6. The Omnium is the purists' choice for street and track performance.
- Forged AL-7050 arms, AL-7075-T6 48t chainring.
- Giga X Pipe (GXP) uses a 24mm CroMoly spindle integrated with right crank arm and aluminum cups with 4 sealed external cartridge bearings.
- Includes GXP / PressFit GXP 68mm cup and bearing set.
- 1/2" x 1/8" chain compatibility.
- 825g (including BB).
|RIDER HEIGHT||FRAME SIZE||STANDOVER HEIGHT|
|5'4 - 5'7||49CM||30.2IN|
|5'7 - 5'10||52CM||31.3IN|
|5'10 - 6'1||55CM||32.5IN|
|6'1 - 6'3||58CM||33.6IN|
|6'3 - 6'6||60CM||34.8IN|
I wouldn’t really call Omnium cranks a necessity for most riders, and certainly not for me: I use my bike for commuting and recreational riding. But there were a few things that immediately impressed me about them. I’m running them with an Izumi chain and a Wabi cog and the drivetrain is shockingly silent, probably more so than my Dura Ace crank and Phil cog combination I’m running on my other bike. The stiffness of the Omnium crankset was immediately evident. And I like the way they look. It’s hard to define really, but for some reason I feel more confident on my Thunder now. Perhaps this feeling is what people mean when they say they feel ‘connected’ to the bike?