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We now have black annodizing available for many models - for those who want or need color coordination to their trusty steed. These will incur a $25 upcharge.

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Whatever your athletic need PowerCranks probably has something to offer to help you become better than you could otherwise achieve.

Most non-cyclists are starting to see improvement in 2-3 weeks of integrating them into their training program.

PowerCranks offer a 90 day moneyback guarantee such that you have plenty of time to check them out for yourself to see if they are worth the investment.


"Practice makes perfect" except when you practice imperfectly


Mountain bike cycling


Cycling performance is dependent upon three major variables.

1. training for power and endurance.
2. technique. expecially regarding smoothness to ride throgh dodgy ground
3. bike handling and ground clearance

Regardless of how and how much you train PowerCranks can help you to get more out of that time spent training by training more muscles and training better, smoother technique automatically while you are doing your normal training. And, the ability to easily experiment with crank length that PowerCranks now offers allows one to easily optimize the ground clearnace/power equation.

Mountainbikers need a lot of smooth climbing power so they can climb fast while not losing traction if the ground becomes loose. PowerCranks can help the user develop all of these skills. Used by some of the best mountain bikers in the world including NORBA champions Geoff Kabush and Steve Larsen, Mountain bike legend Ned Overend, and Xterra World Champion Conrad Stoltz (interview here).

Here are some of the suggestions we offer to mountainbikers to help them adapt "easily" and to achieve early success.

Specific Suggestions for Mountain Bikers.

1. Ride in a more open position

2. Work on endurance first, stay on the road

3. Work hard on Powercrank smoothness to improve technical riding

4. Learn to pedal out of the saddle early on.