Odyssey Thunderbolt Cranks

Average User Rating: (Spectacular)
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Best Cranks for the money!

The Good:

Quality, design, warranty, length options

The Bad:

Occasionally main bolt comes loose

Overall Review:

I would reccommend these cranks to anyone looking to upgrade or replace their cranks.

Best cranks ever.

The Good:

Everything. They're stiff, the wedge interface is very good, and they're Odyssey... What more could you want?

The Bad:

I guess if you care about the paint wearing off quickly from your feet rubbing the arms, that's bad. But I don't mind it.

Overall Review:

Best cranks, seriously. Stop reading this and go buy them already! They're Odyssey so they're backed with a lifetime warranty for starters. Unlike 48 spline cranks, they will NEVER develop a wobble due to the splines wearing out, as they have no splines but a hexagonal wedge system instead which keeps everything nice & tight. Mine are nearly 3 years old and still feel as stiff as the day I bought them, and much stiffer than the 48 spline cranks I've ridden in the past. Get them!!


Product Odyssey Thunderbolt Cranks
Riding Type Freestyle
Type 2 Piece
Crank Arm Construction
Crank Arm Materials
Crank Arm Length
  • 170mm
  • 175mm
  • 180mm
Drive RHD or LHD
Weight N/A
Miscellaneous Traditional sprocket interface
1 lb. 11.8 oz. (788g)
US Pat. Nos. 7,267,030, 7,523,684, 7,523,685, and/or 7,770,492
Price N/A
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