SRAM Rival AXS Dub Power meter Crankset 48/35T

Price:
AED 1,519

Crank Arm Length 170mm

  • An elegant integrated design
  • DUB-PWR spindle-based unit measures left side power to calculate total watts
  • Proven Quarq reliability and accuracy
  • Long battery life (400+ hours) to power a season of rides
  • User replaceable lithium AAA battery
  • DUB bottom bracket adds durability and simplicity
  • Waterproof (IPX7 waterproof to 1 meter for 30 minutes)
  • Lightweight (less than 40g heavier than standard crankset)

X-RANGE

Road bikes are faster and more capable than ever before, and riders are expanding what’s possible with drop bar bikes. X-Range is gearing for today’s road riding. We completely reimagined road gearing for wider range, more useful and smoother gear progression, as well as smarter shift settings—enabled by AXS. With X-Range, you’re always in the right gear.

DUB-PWR

DUB-PWR takes Quarq’s reliable and accurate power measurement and elegantly houses it inside the DUB crank spindle for compatibility with any chainring setup, measuring left side power to calculate total watts. It’s lightweight, invisible and attainable.

AXS

AXS is SRAM’s new bike component integration system that connects electronic bicycle components and software. The SRAM AXS app allows riders to see battery status, change component behavior, personalize controls, get maintenance reminders, and update firmware.

DUB

The relationship between bottom bracket spindle and bearing is the core of DUB technology. It’s where stiffness meets durability. We took it a step beyond conventional thinking and made everything simpler—better integrating the relationship between chainring, crank, spindle and bottom bracket. It’s this approach to developing a complete system that equals better drivetrain performance.

Today’s drop bar bikes are faster and more capable. Riders want a bike with the wide range gearing to match their wide range of cycling pursuits. But, range is only one half of the equation; they also want a drivetrain that offers the right gear for any situation.

So, SRAM has developed X-Range gearing: four 2x chainring sets and five cassettes that cover all riders’ needs, from WorldTour to endurance and gravel. 

X-Range achieves wider range and tighter jumps by going to a 12-speed cassette, but also by moving some of the gear range from the front of the drivetrain to the back. We’ve employed smaller chainrings with a consistent 13T difference, while giving the cassettes a 10T-start for wider range (up to 10-36, or 360%!). That means you can stay on the same ring longer, requiring fewer front shifts, which are inherently less efficient than rear shifts. And when a front shift is executed, the smaller jump is smoother and allows you to get to the right cadence with fewer compensation shifts in the rear. Fewer, faster front shifts make it easier for you to find the right gear, and that’s a distinct performance advantage relative to traditional drivetrains.

So based on your current gearing, what X-Range 2x gearing is right for you? This gear calculator may help:

By starting X-Range cassettes with a 10T cog, we're able to keep the cogs and chainrings smaller overall, eliminating the potential weight gain of a wide-range 11-tooth start drivetrain. It's the best way to expand range and keep small jumps between cogs, something Spanish climber Enric Mas of Movistar Team appreciates.

"The idea of smaller steps between the gears should benefit a rider like me who relies on a consistent cadence when I time trial or climb.”

Nobody else can do this:

X-Range gearing expands where and how you can ride, which former pro Fraser Young knows from putting it to the tallest test on Taiwan's steepest roads every single day.

"I've used systems in the past where there are some bigger gaps between the gears. It's not as consistent and not as even, and for me AXS has been eye opening. It's so much better than what I was using before. It does open up a lot of areas that you couldn't ride in the past by having that wide gearing. Even a strong rider, if they want to ride all day, you're going to get tired at the end of the day. By having those low gears, you can spin up the hills more and it's much easier to do a long one."

So X-Range will make mountains less daunting, but what about a bunch sprint at your next crit? Let Movistar team captain Barbara Guarischi ease your mind.

“Everyone was thinking, “oh, there’s no 52 or 53! But, if you compare a 48 with the ten tooth...I believe this setup with the 48 is perfect. I race with a 48, and sprint with it, and it’s enough. I don’t believe anyone can claim they need more.”

More range, tighter jumps, and smoother shifts. What's not to love? With X-Range, getting everything you’ve always wanted in a drivetrain has never been simpler.

CRANK ARM LENGTH
160mm, 165mm, 170mm, 172.5mm, 175mm
BB SPINDLE INTERFACE DUB
BB COMPATIBILITY
All SRAM Road DUB BBs, except Ai
SPEEDS 12
CHAINRING MATERIAL Aluminum
BOLT CIRCLE DIAMETER (BCD) 107 BCD
CHAINLINE 45.0mm
CHAINRING SIZE
48/35T
HUB SPACING COMPATIBILITY
n/a, Standard 142mm

  • An elegant integrated design
  • DUB-PWR spindle-based unit measures left side power to calculate total watts
  • Proven Quarq reliability and accuracy
  • Long battery life (400+ hours) to power a season of rides
  • User replaceable lithium AAA battery
  • DUB bottom bracket adds durability and simplicity
  • Waterproof (IPX7 waterproof to 1 meter for 30 minutes)
  • Lightweight (less than 40g heavier than standard crankset)

X-RANGE

Road bikes are faster and more capable than ever before, and riders are expanding what’s possible with drop bar bikes. X-Range is gearing for today’s road riding. We completely reimagined road gearing for wider range, more useful and smoother gear progression, as well as smarter shift settings—enabled by AXS. With X-Range, you’re always in the right gear.

DUB-PWR

DUB-PWR takes Quarq’s reliable and accurate power measurement and elegantly houses it inside the DUB crank spindle for compatibility with any chainring setup, measuring left side power to calculate total watts. It’s lightweight, invisible and attainable.

AXS

AXS is SRAM’s new bike component integration system that connects electronic bicycle components and software. The SRAM AXS app allows riders to see battery status, change component behavior, personalize controls, get maintenance reminders, and update firmware.

DUB

The relationship between bottom bracket spindle and bearing is the core of DUB technology. It’s where stiffness meets durability. We took it a step beyond conventional thinking and made everything simpler—better integrating the relationship between chainring, crank, spindle and bottom bracket. It’s this approach to developing a complete system that equals better drivetrain performance.

Today’s drop bar bikes are faster and more capable. Riders want a bike with the wide range gearing to match their wide range of cycling pursuits. But, range is only one half of the equation; they also want a drivetrain that offers the right gear for any situation.

So, SRAM has developed X-Range gearing: four 2x chainring sets and five cassettes that cover all riders’ needs, from WorldTour to endurance and gravel. 

X-Range achieves wider range and tighter jumps by going to a 12-speed cassette, but also by moving some of the gear range from the front of the drivetrain to the back. We’ve employed smaller chainrings with a consistent 13T difference, while giving the cassettes a 10T-start for wider range (up to 10-36, or 360%!). That means you can stay on the same ring longer, requiring fewer front shifts, which are inherently less efficient than rear shifts. And when a front shift is executed, the smaller jump is smoother and allows you to get to the right cadence with fewer compensation shifts in the rear. Fewer, faster front shifts make it easier for you to find the right gear, and that’s a distinct performance advantage relative to traditional drivetrains.

So based on your current gearing, what X-Range 2x gearing is right for you? This gear calculator may help:

By starting X-Range cassettes with a 10T cog, we're able to keep the cogs and chainrings smaller overall, eliminating the potential weight gain of a wide-range 11-tooth start drivetrain. It's the best way to expand range and keep small jumps between cogs, something Spanish climber Enric Mas of Movistar Team appreciates.

"The idea of smaller steps between the gears should benefit a rider like me who relies on a consistent cadence when I time trial or climb.”

Nobody else can do this:

X-Range gearing expands where and how you can ride, which former pro Fraser Young knows from putting it to the tallest test on Taiwan's steepest roads every single day.

"I've used systems in the past where there are some bigger gaps between the gears. It's not as consistent and not as even, and for me AXS has been eye opening. It's so much better than what I was using before. It does open up a lot of areas that you couldn't ride in the past by having that wide gearing. Even a strong rider, if they want to ride all day, you're going to get tired at the end of the day. By having those low gears, you can spin up the hills more and it's much easier to do a long one."

So X-Range will make mountains less daunting, but what about a bunch sprint at your next crit? Let Movistar team captain Barbara Guarischi ease your mind.

“Everyone was thinking, “oh, there’s no 52 or 53! But, if you compare a 48 with the ten tooth...I believe this setup with the 48 is perfect. I race with a 48, and sprint with it, and it’s enough. I don’t believe anyone can claim they need more.”

More range, tighter jumps, and smoother shifts. What's not to love? With X-Range, getting everything you’ve always wanted in a drivetrain has never been simpler.

CRANK ARM LENGTH
160mm, 165mm, 170mm, 172.5mm, 175mm
BB SPINDLE INTERFACE DUB
BB COMPATIBILITY
All SRAM Road DUB BBs, except Ai
SPEEDS 12
CHAINRING MATERIAL Aluminum
BOLT CIRCLE DIAMETER (BCD) 107 BCD
CHAINLINE 45.0mm
CHAINRING SIZE
48/35T
HUB SPACING COMPATIBILITY
n/a, Standard 142mm

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