Tried a search, couldn't find a similar thread which is weird for such an opinated forum full of livley discussion.
Anyway, I humbly submit that the DA 7410 are the most aesthetically pleasing cranks of all time.
aren't those 7700 ? not 7400
7400 are flatter and straighter with the logo nearer the pedals
i like the Campagnolo C Record 1987
good thread though
suntour superbe pro 2nd generation for me
The 7410 was kind of a semi-gruppo. First sti 8 speed. New low q factor crank for aero gains. New seatpost.
This was 103mm sqaure taper, 740x was wider square taper, 7700 octolink.
Hot. I prefer the classic 5 bolt arrangement, with one at 12pm.
I always liked these
Used to love the Stronglight 107 I had on my Ron Cooper for years.
I only became familiar with the TT version from here. Looks ace on the right build.
what are the campag ones with really rounded arms?
Hot take, all modern cranks are awful.
You say that because you can not pay for one, is that it?
When we open a debate to know the tastes of the people for a subject, we do not criticize the taste of others my friend : )
See how choice can be clumsy
Ti Tange is rad !
This is banging.
And also this.
Each to their own of course, and yes it's entirely subjective, but that Dura Ace on the Pinarello is horrible to my eyes. Much prefer the trad silver spider look
These are nice on the right bike.
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