Praxis Zayante Carbon Cranks Add 4iiii Power Meter

Riders now have another affordable solution for training with power

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Praxis Zayante Carbon Cranks

The Praxis Zayante Carbon Cranks are now available with power.

The Praxis Zayante Carbon road crank aim to create a marriage of lightness, stiffness and versatility, and feature rigid carbon arms and a stout 30mm spindle. Weighing 620 grams (172.5 50/34) the Zayante Carbon is clearly an attractive option for road riders.

And now the Praxis Zayante Carbon have improved even more with the addition of a 4iiii power meter to the left arm as an option. With the 4iiii meter installed, riders have an affordable, dependable and durable solution for training with power.

Praxis Zayante Carbon Cranks

Full Zayante Carbon with 4iiii Power Meter Features
  • 165 / 170 / 172.5 / 175 lengths | Q-Factor 147mm
  • X-Rings 48/32, 50/34, 52/36, 53/39 | DM1X 38T, 40T, 42T
  • M30 Spindle | Requires Praxis M30 BB (sold separately)
  • Works with 10/11sp chains
  • Claimed Weight: 625 +/- (172.5 with 50/34)
  • Price: $700

Other important items of note include the Zayante Carbon M30 BB. Praxxis offers steel or ceramic bearings with sizing for almost every frame spec from BSA threaded, BB86, 386EVO, BB30, PF30, T47, BBRight and older Specialized OSBB road frames.

The Zayante Carbon is also versatile, utilizing a 160/104 bolt pattern, the stiff forged-alloy X-Spider accepts all four of their X-Ring gearing sets: 48/32, 50/34, 52/36 and 53/39.

Praxis Zayante Carbon Cranks

A look at the key features of the Praxis Zayante Carbon Cranks.

Praxis have also covered the 1x crowd with direct-mount Wave Tech rings in 38, 40 and 42T. The Wave tooth pattern swings right to left alternating lateral force to each chain link to actively retain the chain.

To learn more, head over praxiscycles.com.

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