Product Details

A variant of the external bottom bracket, PressFit cuts weight and provides easier installation by allowing you to press the bearing cups into the frame instead of threading them. There's no change to the crank - spindle length and diameter remain the same.

Features
  • PressFit cuts weight
  • Compatible with all GXP cranks
  • Plastic cups for lighter weight
  • Easier installation by allowing you to press the bearing cups into the frame
  • Two fully sealed cartridge bearings
  • Shell width: 89/92mm
  • Chainline is same as standard GXP
  • Spindle diameter: 24mm
  • Weight: 94g

About SRAM
SRAM was founded on a single product when Grip Shift shifters were introduced to the road bike market in 1988. SRAM was eager to grow, both by acquisition and product development. Adding core brands Rockshox, Avid, Truvativ and Zipp and pushing component technology has cemented their place as a powerhouse in the industry.

Sram Pressfit GXP Bottom Bracket

Product Code 20206437
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$84.00
RRP $93.00 | Save 10%
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Product Details

A variant of the external bottom bracket, PressFit cuts weight and provides easier installation by allowing you to press the bearing cups into the frame instead of threading them. There's no change to the crank - spindle length and diameter remain the same.

Features
  • PressFit cuts weight
  • Compatible with all GXP cranks
  • Plastic cups for lighter weight
  • Easier installation by allowing you to press the bearing cups into the frame
  • Two fully sealed cartridge bearings
  • Shell width: 89/92mm
  • Chainline is same as standard GXP
  • Spindle diameter: 24mm
  • Weight: 94g

About SRAM
SRAM was founded on a single product when Grip Shift shifters were introduced to the road bike market in 1988. SRAM was eager to grow, both by acquisition and product development. Adding core brands Rockshox, Avid, Truvativ and Zipp and pushing component technology has cemented their place as a powerhouse in the industry.