Why doesn't anyone make steel cranks? I've done a pretty extensive search and most cranks (even the ones at £300 - £400) are made from aluminium. Surely steel would not be susceptible to this kind of 'shear' failure?
If alu works for all the track sprinters in the world I think they're fine for the rest of us.
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