The CeramicSpeed Bottom Brackets guarantee you the lowest friction, optimised power transfer, and longest product lifetime, helping you to save watts or ride faster. Fitting almost all standards available on the market, more than 150 types of CeramicSpeed Bottom Brackets are available for upgrading your bike. Choosing to upgrade with a bottom bracket with coated bearings, you benefit from even further reduced friction and better resistance to contamination and corrosion.
CeramicSpeed Bottom Bracket Compatibility
The CeramicSpeed Bottom Brackets covers 99% of all cranks brands and models in the market, from Shimano to SRAM and Campagnolo. Some of the latest additions to the CeramicSpeed Bottom Bracket product range are the SRAM DUB compatible Bottom Brackets that covers almost all compatibilities.
Bottom Brackets for road, MTB and triathlon
No matter the discipline, there's a CeramicSpeed Bottom Bracket that fits. The Bottom Brackets come in both road, tri and MTB specific variants. Use the CeramicSpeed Bottom Bracket Fit Finder to find the right fit for your specific crank. Among the CeramicSpeed Bottom Brackets specifically designed for MTB cranks are CeramicSpeed BSA30 MTB, CeramicSpeed PF4630 MTB, PF30 for Shimano MTB, PF30 for SRAM GXP MTB and many more.
Coated Bottom Brackets for even better performance
All of the CeramicSpeed Bottom Brackets come in a coated version for even longer lifetime and lower friction. The coating on the Bottom Brackets is a thin metallic layer that is 75% harder than the hardened-steel races and which offers an even better performance than the non-coated CeramicSpeed Bottom Brackets.
Bottom Bracket installation
If you need advice on how to install your CeramicSpeed Bottom Bracket, then please go to the support page. Here you can find videos on how to install both crank and bottom bracket and get answers to your tech related questions.
Maintenance of your CeramicSpeed Bottom Bracket
For guidance on how to maintain and clean your CeramicSpeed Bottom Brackets, please go to the maintenance page. Here you can also find a guide on how to maintain CeramicSpeed Bearings to make sure they keep performing.