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SRAM GXP Team Bottom Bracket Cups

Welcome our new Gutter Seal Technology! Gutter drastically improves sealing against the elements while reducing seal drag. We’ve designed a fresh new cup forging for a new high-end look. A new standard in external bearing performance!

SRAM GXP Team BB Cups Features:

  • Gutter Seal Technology
  • Improved tool engagement
  • Sealed cartridge bearings
  • English or Italian threads
  • Custom steel bearings
  • Tungsten finish

SRAM GXP Team BB Cups Technologies:

  • GXP: Giga X Pipe External Bottom Bracket Bearing Assembly. While other systems rely on side loading the bearings to eliminate play, which causes premature bearing wear, the GXP system is different. The GXP system captures the left side bearing between the spindle and the left crankarm while allowing the drive-side bearing to float axially on the spindle, thereby eliminating the necessity to side-load bearings during adjustment. The simplicity of installation is refined: once it is tightened to the proper specifications you are ready to roll with a worry free BB. The GXP system uses two bicycle specific cartridge bearings and eight seals for a smooth and long lasting ride.

Buy SRAM GXP Team BB Cups from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.

  • Colour: Black
  • Size: 68/73mm, 70mm
  • Option: English Thread, Italian Thread
Rated 3 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Buy the tool and learn how to change it yourself ! Would I recommend this to a friend ? I have ticked the YES box but there is a very BIG But! Due to the number of times this unit has failed I have learnt how to service and change it myself, which is easy, 15 min job. I have discovered that the one thing that will destroy this BB in one ride is water. Any water, a large puddle, heavy rain, or the wash at the end of the ride. Its an OK piece of kit, cheap enough. If you take it off having been in contact with water, deep clean and re grease I have found that I can keep it going for ages. So if you have the time, knowledge and patience I would say try it. Its smooth, cranks spin easily, easy to maintain, and will last with a bit of TLC. SRAM seriously needs to deal with their gutter seal technology, it just don't work !! 17 June 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by poor bearing quality Grease packed in bearings is very light. Add poor seals and some wet conditions and you end up with some serious squeal. Another poor feature is the shouldered nondrive bearing. Hard to find a replacement. I am not a fan. 23 May 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Doesn't last long Got this so I could fit a SRAM Apex crank as my existing Shimano one wouldn't take Q Rings. After removing the chain for a clean I went to spin the crank but it barely made half a turn before coming to a halt - I knew it wasn't all the over indulgence and lack of training over winter that had me puffing on anything but the flattest of terrain. This bottom bracket had near ceased up after a meager 3500 km. 31 March 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not great but better than others I've used this many times and just don't get longevity. But also used others like Superstar Components and they are worse. Best of a bad bunch. Last one only lasted 24hrs (Strathpuffer 24) Get the chance? Change out for Shimano.... 21 March 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Does what it should with no fuss Got these on a couple of bikes, in BSA format. Well made good bearing and good value. Lasted about 800 miles through winter and a very wet autumn and several crank changes. 13 March 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Value Been running this bottom bracket for a few weeks now with no issues, runs very smoothly and unlike some bottom brackets i have used in the past, the outer shell is made strong enough that it can be tightened up properly without causing damage. Overall very good for the money. 29 January 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Без альтернатив Вообще-то альтернативы есть(та же GXP на керамике), но стоят существенно дороже, а чего-то среднего я не нашел. Брал для Truvativ Firex и Stylo . Такая родная каретка на Файрексе прослужила 3 года (не очень тяжелых условий эксплуатации) и залюфтила. За все время ни разу не обслуживалась, но и обслуживание её не спасло бы - смазка внутри еще была. Новая работает великОлепно. Вес небольшой. В комплекте идут кольца-проставки. 23 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great value! Great value bottom bracket. Is doing the job and a new lease of life to my Escarpe. And exceptional service from CRC! 18 January 2014
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Will this BB fit an XO1 crankset?

Hi, just purchased XO1 cranks and need a BB, will this do the job. If not, could you guys suggest one that will fit? Much apreciated
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This bottom bracket is compatible with the GXP variant of the SRAM XO1 Crankset to fit the corresponding bottom bracket shell width.
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Whyte 901, english 68mm thread?

Hi guys, I need to replace the bottom bracket on my whyte 901 (2011) but I've come into work without measuring the current one. Do you know which thread and size I need? I would have thought it's English thread and 68mm?
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Not being a Whyte dealer I can't confirm, but going by the spec on their archive site (http://whyte.bike/2011/bike_page.ph...) it appears to be running a standard GXP (68mm English) but you can double check this by measuring across the shell of your frame (photo below). If you're still not certain, contact your local Whyte dealer or drop us an email with some photos etc http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/...
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The 68/73mm will have the same thread pattern so the cups will fit your 83mm frame ok. The central sleeve will not be long enough, but you may (should) be able to re-use the sleeve from the original bracket that you are replacing.
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My current BB is running like a train, is this product compatible with the Truvativ Elita crankset on a Frome Vision 2011 frame?
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Yes; this bottom bracket will be a fine replacement.
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The bottom bracket shell (where the bearing cups are threaded into) will have a width which measures either 68 or 73mm for English Thread or 70mm for Italian Thread.
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