Salt Rookie BMX 3-Piece BMX Crank$129.95
Mission Transit V2 BMX Cranks$119.95
Salt One Piece BMX Cranks$41.95
Eclat Tibia V2 BMX Cranks$359.95
Cult Crew 19mm BMX Cranks$329.95
Rant Bangin 8 BMX Crank$129.95
Family Tubular 3-Piece 8-Spline BMX Cranks$76.95
Salt Plus Pro 48 3-Piece BMX Cranks$187.95 $166.95
Kink Brace 3-Piece BMX Cranks$309.95
GT Power Series Cromo BMX Cranks$239.95
Odyssey Calibur V2 BMX Crank$309.95
Wethepeople Logic BMX Cranks$439.95
Fiend Team V2 BMX Cranks$329.95
Cult Hawk V2 22mm BMX Cranks$359.95
Family Tubular 3-Piece 48-Spline BMX Cranks$169.95
Demolition Revolt 48 Spindle BMX Crank$499.95
Salt Plus Metron 48 BMX Crankset$274.95
Premium Trestle Mike Gray Signature 24mm BMX Crank$369.95
Mankind International Park BMX Crank$319.95
Fiend Segment 3pc BMX Cranks$329.95
GT Power Series Cromo 24 BMX Cranks$389.95
Stolen Mob V4 3-Piece 8-Spline BMX Crank$119.95
Stolen Talon V2 3-Piece 48 Spline BMX Cranks$169.95 $142.95
Mafia Pablo 8-spline BMX Crank$195.95
Subrosa Rose BMX Cranks$329.95
Wildcat BMX 3-Piece Crank Kit$96.95
What Is a BMX Crankset?
BMX cranks are the metal arms that connect bike pedals to the bottom bracket. Freestyle cranksets are designed to be tough and are an important part of creating forward motion on a BMX. Compared to race BMX bike cranks which are made out of aluminium or carbon fibre, freestyle cranks are made from steel or Chromoly.
What Are the Different Types of BMX Cranksets?
There are three main types of cranksets for freestyle BMX: 1-piece, 2-piece, and 3-piece. 1-piece cranks are held in place by the bearings and are commonly found on entry-level bikes and older models. 2-piece cranks come with one crank bolt, are easy to install, and contain a spindle that is built into one of the crank arms. 3-piece BMX cranksets are the most common style of cranks found on freestyle BMX bikes. They are typically heavier but more solid than a 2-piece crankset and often a little wider.
How Long Should my BMX Cranks Be?
BMX crank arms come in a range of sizes from around 125mm to 190mm, however most riders will go for a length of 170mm or 175mm.
How long you want your crank arms to be is ultimately a personal preference however it does make a difference on your riding. If your goal is to ride at speed then it’s recommended to go for longer crank arms. If you’re more into street riding then opt for smaller arms, as these will give you better clearance.
Finally, it is essential to check that your crankset is compatible with your pedals and that you know the size of your bottom bracket.