I don't get the uproar. GXP was already a proprietary crank to bottom bracket interface, so why the hoopla on this? The only thing that will be a pain is sourcing bottom brackets for current DUB cranks (which will eventually be less an issue) and sourcing them for GXP/BB30/PF30 Sram cranks (which won't be much of one 'til a decade or more down the road). Much ado about nothing, as Billy Shakespeare would say. Only thing I am sorta down on the design is they still use an integrated spindle. I get design optimization, but from a consumer, shop, and manufacturing standpoint it seems a more practical solution to transferability and SKU counts. Race Face and FSA seem to understand this.
Joined Feb. 24, 2017
Commented on Introducing SRAM DUB Cranks and Bottom Brackets - 10 hours ago
I don't get the uproar. GXP was ...