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Hellbender 70 Bottom Bracket

Value Meets Performance

The Hellbender 70 bottom bracket utilizes a bearing made of 440C stainless steel, providing exceptional ride quality and reliability. The stainless steel bearing in the Hellbender 70 strikes a perfect balance between value and lasting performance.


  • 440C Stainless steel bearings
  • Machined aluminum cups
  • Excellent durability and corrosion resistance
  • 1-Year Warranty
  • Precision engineered in Fletcher, NC

Note: Bottom brackets do not come with spacer kits. If needed, please select a spacer kit from the product menu above and add to cart.

Build your perfect ride



Providing excellent durability and corrosion resistance, the Hellbender 70 Bottom Bracket will be an impactful and lasting upgrade to any bike.

Cane Creek Hellbender 70 Bottom Bracket

Stainless Steel Bearings

Featuring 440C stainless steel bearings, a dual lip seal, and marine grease. 

30mm, 29mm (DUB), and 24mm (Shimano) bearing options.

HB70 Cups

Machined Aluminum Cups

All-black anodize machined aluminum bottom bracket cups.

Available is BSA threaded, PF30, BB30, P41/92, and T47 variations.


All Cane Creek Bottom Brackets are precision engineered in Fletcher, NC.  They are premium bottom brackets designed to provide riders with the same quality, performance and durability that they have come to expect from Cane Creek.  

Each Cane Creek Bottom Bracket is backed by our unsurpassed commitment to customer service – for any questions about our bottom brackets, feel free to reach out, or visit our support center.

Additional information


Machined Aluminum Cups


Anodize Black


440C Stainless Steel

Spindle Diameter

30mm – PF41/92 is 30mm spindle diameter only
29mm (DUB)
24mm (Shimano)

External Cup Installation Tool

12 notch 46mm tool (Easton/RaceFace)

Bottom Bracket Variations and Weights

BSA Threaded (30mm bearing) – 92g
PF30 (30mm bearing) – 123g
BB30 (30mm bearing) – 100g
T47 (30mm bearing) – 141g
PF41/92 (30mm bearing only) – 78g


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Q & A

Will this be compatible with my Dior XT crank 11 speed on a Commencal Meta HT AM? Samuel Otis asked on September 27, 2023

Yes we offer the Hellbender 70 BB for Shimano cranks. Just make sure you choose the correct BB for both the bike's frame and your crank. I am not sure which model year your Commencal is to know the correct BB size, but the XT crank uses a 24mm spindle.

Ben Rea answered on September 27, 2023 store manager
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I see that your BSA threadedBB for DUB cranks only supports 68/73 mm wide shells. Any chance you will make them available for 83 mm wide shells? I have a 2020 Cannondale Habit 6 that requires an special Cannondale AI offset crank and a 83 mm BB shell to get the 55 mm chainline. John Smith asked on August 29, 2023

Our BSA BBs will work on 83mm shells but you will not be able to use the plastic spindle sleeve that comes with it. That may not be important to you if you do not have internal cable routing via the BB shell. The bearing cups, etc are the same as BSA BBS for 83mm shells...

Ben Rea answered on August 31, 2023 store manager
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Is this compatible with eagle AXS Crank? César G asked on August 28, 2023

Yes. The AXS cranks use DUB sizing on the spindle so make sure you choose the DUB Hellbender 70 in whichever size BB your bike requires...

Ben Rea answered on August 29, 2023 store manager
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what bottom bracket do i need for a 2024 slash 7 with raceface Era Crankset 165mm Stealth 30mm spindle and the original bottom bracket was a Shimano BB-MT501 BSA owen asked on August 12, 2023

Your 2024 Slash uses a BSA threaded bottom bracket. To use your RaceFace cranks with a 30mm spindle, you need our BSA30 BB. You have two options...

Hellbender 70: Stainless Steel bearings - part # BAI0143

Hellbender 110: Ceramic Bearings with a lifetime guarantee - part # BAI0179

Ben Rea answered on August 16, 2023 store manager
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Will this bottom bracket be compatible in Bottom Bracket Shell Width (mm): 68-73mm? For trek rosco 7 2023 Eugene asked on August 3, 2023

Yes our BSA bottom bracket will fit your Roscoe. If you are using the stock Shimano crankset you will need our 24mm spindle version. Part number: BAI0186

Ben Rea answered on August 3, 2023 store manager
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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.