the bike: cannondale capo 2010
the ride: urban commuting, strictly single speed
the crank: "lasco" stock crankset on the capo, taiwanese brand, china made, CNC machined, 130 BCD, decent looking (sugino messenger style), rather strong but poorly finished (black finish on teeth coming off...)
As per bikeradar review (http://www.bikeradar.com/gear/catego...inset-10-36966) it is good enough for commuting, yet upgrade fever being part of the fun, I am considering changing the crankset...
I might add wanting to par the bike specs with the frame quality is as important as improving the performance / longevity of its parts...
- Sugino RD2 Messenger
- Miche Primato Advanced
- Sugino 75
Trying to convinced myself that besides satisfying a purchase/upgrade craving, it will indeed improve my daily commute...
Anybody used Lasco crank for a long time?