DMR Cult cranks review£129.99

Stiff two-piece steel crankset

BikeRadar score3.5/5

DMR's 2009 Cult cranks use a two-piece system, which saves weight and makes fitting a little less time-consuming. 

As well as the standard right-hand drive, the left-handed option is also available. There is also the ability to fit a nano-drive for those who run 23-tooth chainrings or less.

They felt totally flex-free and looked sweet, plus it was good to see the Cult and mini skull graphics placed on the inside of the crank arm, to prevent your shoes wearing them off. 

The cranks come in black or white so you can match them with your bike and 170mm or 175mm lengths for different size riders. We found ours creaked every now and again, so make sure you keep them done up tight to prevent this.

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