Cane Creek brings 3D-printed titanium cranks to e-MTBs
We've seen the eeWings, a beautiful-looking crankset fetching a premium and upping the aesthetic on even the most drool-worthy of bikes. Now, Cane Creek has brought its Wings crankset to the e-MTB platform, introducing the Electric Wings, built using 3D- printed titanium.
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Cane Creek promises that the new Electric Wings are as light as carbon cranks but as durable as the heaviest of alloy cranks, whilst offerings top stiffness. And now, for the first time, the brand's titanium goodness is available to fit e-mountain bikes.
While looking rather flashy, the main aim of the Electric Wings is to offer an option for e-bike riders that are lusting after weight savings while looking to boost durability. Cane Creek says that these cranks offer peace of mind whilst smashing through the most dubious of sections, without compromising on those all-important weight savings.
Cane Creek's Electric Wings are compatible with electric bike drive units that use an ISIS crank spindle. However, they'll only come in 165mm in length.
Stock is expected to be available from now and a set of Electric Wings will set you back (hold onto your hats) £1,450.