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Miranda to offer 'fully modular' crankset

Published March 8, 2017

ÁGUEDA, Portugal (BRAIN) — Miranda's new XMOD crankset consists of three parts — spindle, spider/chainring and cranks — that can be swapped to fit a variety of needs, from BMX to road and track.

"With many different standards in the market, each having their own specifications, to make a universal and completely interchangeable crankset that had not only a perfect design synergy between all parts but was also lightweight with exceptional endurance was somewhat challenging," the company said. 

The Portugal-based brand said the XMOD crank can be used for road, mountain, enduro, downhill, BMX and trekking. It will be available in the third quarter this year.

The company said titanium spindles will be available for all of the major bottom bracket interfaces including BB30 and 24/22mm and in various lengths.

Direct mount chainrings will be available, along with a variety of spiders in BCDs including 88, 104, 104/64, 110/110, 110/74 and 130/130.

There will be 10 aluminum crank arm options in various lengths and with multiple finish options.

The cranks will be made in Portugal. The company said the XMOD is being field tested this season by Miranda's sponsored DH, enduro and road teams.

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