The Sugino 75 is perhaps the single best-known crank on the keirin circuit, giving it a good claim on the 'world's favourite' title.
It's a square-taper crank using the track-standard 144BCD, and its sharp, angular looks are quite unlike the flowing lines of most modern European offerings. We normally stock 165 and 170mm variants, both of which ship with neat inset ringbolts but no crankbolts.
Stock of both is limited to the sizes listed, but you're welcome to mail us for info on other permutations, and also on availability of other crank lengths.
Note that the Sugino 75 has one idiosyncrasy that stems from the way things are done on the Kerin scene: it is designed with ISO (AKA Campagnolo) rather than the more popular JIS square taper. Check the Phil bottom bracket range for compatible bottom brackets.
|Sugino 75 Cranks||144BCD||ISO||109mm|