First spotted at Interbike, Enduro Bearings’ TorqTite bottom brackets are finally finished and shipping. They’re available in PF86, PF30 and PF30/24 using their threaded design that pulls the sides together by screwing into an alloy center sleeve. This holds them tight, improving bearing alignment for a smoother ride and likely eliminating creaking.
The PF30 can be converted to a PF386 with a longer center sleeve, available separately. The PF30/24 takes a Pressfit 30 frame and fits a Shimano 24mm spindle without additional spacers or reducers.
They’ll have a BB30-to-24 coming soon. Available in red or black, from $210 to $230. Check out more pics and their new crankset project below…
The bottom brackets use deep grooves so the tools won’t slip.
Tools are included with the BB.
As a side project, their making cranks now, too. Actually they’re in testing, but they’re bringing retro back with all the modern fit features.
It’s called the Enduro MOSC (Modern Old School Crank) and its machined out of AL2024 with an integrated spider.
They’ll have 144BCD track and 110/130/135 BCD road options, in all the common lengths.
Looking to have it through testing and ready by Interbike. It should be around $800 with an XD-15 ceramic bottom bracket.