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Cane Creek Electric Wings are 3D Printed Titanium Cranks for eBikes

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North Carolina’s own Cane Creek Cycling Components has released their new 3D printed, titanium Electric Wings. These eBike-specific cranks join their iconic and ultra-Gucci siblings, the Titanium eeWings Mountain and All-Road cranks.

Cane Creek Electric Wings pair with reflection
Photo c. Cane Creek

eMTBs are known for getting beat up while out on the trails. With all kinds of possible mishaps, like rock strikes lurking behind every corner, these durable titanium cranks allow you to concentrate on your line and not on your cranks.

Titanium has the reputation of having one of the best strength-to-weight ratios for bike parts. Made of 6/4 Titanium, and advanced additive manufacturing techniques, the lightweight, durable, and stiff cranks have been touted as being as “light as carbon and as durable as heavy aluminum cranks”.

Reduced pedal overhang is a feature of the new Electric Wings that minimize the overall size and “overhang” of the material located beyond the pedal insert at the end of the crank arm. The manufacturing technique used allows this type of design, inturn, “drastically reducing pedal strikes when compared to standard eMTB cranks”.

Whether you are upgrading your eMTB, eGravel, or eRoad, the Electric Wings are compatible with any electric bike drive units that use an ISIS crank spindle.

Electric Wings Specs and Retail Pricing

Retail: $1299

  • Weight: 383g (including all hardware)
  • Materials: 3D Printed 6/4 Titanium
  • Lengths: 165mm
  • Spindel Interface: ISIS
  • Compatible Motors: Bosch, Broze, Fazua, Panasonic, TQ, Yamaha
  • Warranty: 5 Years

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Sevo
Sevo
1 year ago

Bug question is do they maintain the existing Q factor of e-bike cranks or are they narrower? MTB cranks are getting a bit wide as is.

Cheese
Cheese
1 year ago

*spindle
$1300? Wow.

Fake Namerton
Fake Namerton
1 year ago

$1300 for some cranks. I’d expect more than 5 years of warranty.

Tom
Tom
11 months ago

doesn’t look like rock strikes are a problem for the guy in the video. Given that power/weight diminishes in importance with an e-bike, seems like it’s better use of $ to just fit bombproof aluminum cranks, and replace them if/when they get busted up. Guess you could go through 3-4 sets of cranks before losing out, and I doubt a heavily used mountain bike will make it that long anyway.

Oomgawa
Oomgawa
11 months ago

No shimano?

Oomgawa
Oomgawa
11 months ago

Why don’t they offer shimano?

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