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Crankset for S-Works Langster

Old 01-05-23, 08:01 PM
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Track Crankset for S-Works Langster

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I'm fitting out a Specialized S-Works Langster for my daughter to race on the track. Anyone have any suggestions for a bb and crank setup that will have a pretty low q-factor? Generally not a big deal for me, but she is really small and anything to keep her feet closer is important.


Thanks!
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That is rad. Go your daughter assuming she is not racing with the daughter of my favorite local grocery store checkout person who also has a track riding daughter. I love my Sugino 75 DD cranks personally, I am unsure of q-factor but they are good reliable cranks and use a Shimano standard 24mm BB spindle meaning a ton of external bbs will work and if she is racing and needs parts most any shop will have a Shimano compatible external B.B. in English thread.

Here is my Langster Rio edition which I use on the road hence brakes and suspension post:
https://www.pedalroom.com/bike/speci...ot-stock-41417
It may help slightly probably not but you can see the crank.
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In the the Racer's Forum there is a Juniors Racing and a Track Cycling sub-forum

You are a good dad...
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Old 01-06-23, 07:45 AM
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Thanks all. I'll post in the track forum too.
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Old 01-09-23, 07:20 PM
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My Dura Ace 7710 cranks have a noticeably narrower stance width then my Sugino 75s but it looks like the Direct Drives are even narrower.


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