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eeWings All-Road

Titanium Cranks - $1,099.99

Choose Your Own Road

We’ve fit the same outstanding stiffness, durability and weight savings of the eeWings mountain cranks into the slimmer road bottom bracket standard. This includes road, gravel and cyclocross configurations.


  • 3/2.5 Titanium arms with CNC 6/4 titanium spindle and hirth joint
  • 395 Grams
  • 10 Year warranty
  • 20-30% Stiffer than carbon cranks



The eeWings All-Road titanium cranks and the included CNC aluminum bottom bracket preloader are the ultimate in stiffness and durability while weighing in at less than 400 grams – in the same weight range as premium carbon cranks but 20% to 30% stiffer. 

eeWing Detail View

CNC'd Aluminum Preloader

With the conception of our Cane Creek eeWings Titanium crank set we cut no corners, and our CNC-machined preload assembly is no exception. Equip with a 7075 aluminum preload ring, and 7075 aluminum inner thread ring, and a titanium 2.5mm hex fastening bolt.

eeWing Detail

Hirth Joint

Butted 3/2.5 titanium arms with CNC 6/4 titanium spindle and hirth joint.  Stainless Steel crank bolt.



We have such confidence in the eeWings’ quality and dependability that we are backing the cranks with a 30-day 100% satisfaction guarantee and a 10-year limited warranty.



According to a test performed by Fair Wheel Bikes, eeWings cranks were found to be the stiffest among 15 other manufacturers, displaying the lowest average deflection in millimeters.

Road bike crank stiffness testing comparison

Additional information


395 grams


Butted 3/2.5 titanium arms with CNC 6/4 titanium spindle, and hirth joint. Stainless Steel crank bolt

Available Arm Lengths

170mm, 172.5mm, 175mm

Preload Adjustment

Cane Creek CNC Machined 7075 T-6 Aluminum

BB Compatibility

30mm spindle only. BSA68mm, PF86, T47
BB30, PF30, 386EVO



Chainring Interface

Compatible with SRAM 3-Bolt Direct Mount Chainring Interface


Brushed Titanium, Laser Etched Graphics


10 Years


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Q & A

Are there any plans for a 4-bolt spider compatible with Campagnolo SR 12spd chainrings? Blake asked on September 20, 2023

Not at the moment. There are many aftermarket chainring spiders, and direct mount chainring solutions to allow most any bike and drivetrain to use eeWings. You will have to find a different brand of chain ring but depending on the tooth count, there are many chain ring options for you.

Ben Rea answered on September 22, 2023 store manager
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Hello, I'm wondering can be eewings-all-road mounted to Specialized Diverge Sport Carbon 2021 with Shimano's GRX RX600 ? Thanks a lot for your answer. David asked on August 30, 2023

Yes you can. The 2021 Diverge uses a BSA threaded bottom bracket so to use the eeWings you will need to replace your current BSA BB with one that can use 30mm spindle cranks, like the eeWings. I recommend either our Hellbender 70 or lifetime guaranteed Hellbender 110 bottom bracket.

Then make sure your chain ring is compatible with the eeWings and we use the SRAM 3-bolt direct mount interface. We also offer 1x and 2x chainring spiders in 5bolt/110BCD.

Ben Rea answered on September 6, 2023 store manager
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Is this eewing cranks all road suitable for my Brompton T line? Thanks Jason asked on August 18, 2023

Yes you can use the eeWings All Road on Brompton bikes. Make sure your Brompton uses the BSA threaded bottom bracket for 30mm spindle cranks. We offer bottom brackets that will allow eeWings to fit the Brompton...

BAI0143 - Hellbender70 BSA Bottom Bracket 30mm

Ben Rea answered on August 18, 2023 store manager
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Don't you have any plans to release a 165mm crank on All Road? SEOK SANGHUN asked on August 12, 2023

Not at the moment...we only offer 165mm eeWings in the Mountain version.

Ben Rea answered on August 16, 2023 store manager

Need 165mm crankset!

Charles answered on August 17, 2023
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Is the chainline with the cane creek 2x spider the same as SRAM APEX GXP 10? Gero asked on June 21, 2023

Chainline is determined by many factors, one being the chainring/spider, so I cannot answer your question without more information. However, our Spider has an offset of 7.5mm so chainline will depend on the offset of the chainrings you use, along with the offset of the spider. The most important factor for shifting performance and chain wear is avoiding cross chaining, and keeping your drive train clean and working correctly.

Ben Rea answered on June 22, 2023 store manager
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Well made and beautiful craftsmanship. giving it 3 stars because there needs to be a 165mm option like on your MTB version.

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Reed Mann

Design Engineer
Name: Reed Mann
Position: Design Engineer
Year started: 2022
Best part of being a part of the Cane Creek family:  It’s very refreshing to work for a small, tight-knit company where we all share the same passions and to develop new products that make cycling better for everyone.
What you’ll find me doing on the weekends: Obviously riding bikes, but also wrenching on bikes or cars, exploring the mountains, and watching F1 races.
How I got here (at Cane Creek): Feeling pretty unfulfilled with a corporate engineering job, I happened to see that Cane Creek was hiring. I jumped at the opportunity to get my hands dirty working on the latest bike tech and was fortunate enough to be offered the position.