Oil slick all the things? That seems to be the case if you’ve been paying attention to new releases lately. Or for the past few years for that matter. The multi-hued “oil slick” look has become a popular addition to the typical anodized parts in solitary colors.

Cane Creek Limited edition Oil Slick chainring spider for eewings cranks

Adding the colorful option to their chainrings for eeWings titanium cranksets, Cane Creek may just have the perfect accessory for those absoluteBLACK rings we posted earlier (actually these are 5-bolt, aB is 4-bolt…. standards‽). Or rather, any other chainrings with a traditional 5-bolt 110 BCD.

Cane Creek Limited edition Oil Slick chainring spider for eewings cranks

Sold in two separate versions, the spiders are compatible with 1x or 2x chainring setups. The 2x option is compatible with 32t chainrings for the smaller option allowing for 48/32 subcompact gearing. Both are priced at $59.99 and are available for a limited time.

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blahblah1233445
11 months ago

Oilslick became something like RGB for gaming – too much and too hyped…

Ethan
Ethan
11 months ago

But will they ever make a 24mm spindle? So many BSA frames out there are crying for these!

Greg
Greg
11 months ago
Reply to  Ethan

They fit BSA frames. Several companies make a BSA30 bottom bracket, including Cane Creek.
The bearings for bb86 are kinda crappy, and there’s no fitment for bb90, but that one’s being phased out.

Marcin
Marcin
11 months ago
Reply to  Ethan

Why not to get BSA30 bottom bracket? I run eeWings on my Richard Sachs and no issue. Friend is running them on his GT Edge Ti, also BSA bb. Easy.

blahblah1233445
11 months ago
Reply to  Ethan

And where’s the problem? BSA is the easiest BB to use with 30mm cranks, since the bearings are outside the frame and therefore not limited in size.

SiSL crank junkie
SiSL crank junkie
11 months ago
Reply to  Ethan

Why do you need a 24mm spindle for a BSA BB? I have 3 BSA frames with 30mm spindles.

Pete
Pete
11 months ago

Anyone know if these will also fit properly on SRAM cranks?
They look to have the same pattern.

Greg
Greg
11 months ago
Reply to  Pete

The pattern is inverted, so one of the bolts will be hidden and might interfere.