Odyssey Thunderbolt+ Cranks (Rust Proof Black) (Right Hand Drive) (165mm) (w/ Mid Bottom Bracket Kit)

Odyssey Thunderbolt+ Cranks (Rust Proof Black) (Right Hand Drive) (165mm)
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  • 165mm

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The Odyssey Thunderbolt+ Cranks include an extremely advanced design to ensure that riders are worry free during the most daunting lines. Utilizing a wedge tightening system, fitment issues and wobble are taken out of the equation. Odyssey's tried and true 41-Thermal processed 4130 chromoly not only promotes a ton of strength, but also extends durability to the moon. A mid 22mm bottom bracket and anti-seize grease are included to ensure a smooth ride out of the box. Killer tech and awesome styling make the Thunderbolt+ Cranks a great upgrade option.


  • Proven 41-Thermal processed 4130 chromoly
  • Laboratory tested and team proven
  • Traditional sprocket interface
  • Updated open-ended spindle cap
  • Updated wedge cluster band with greater flexibility
  • Never-Wobble crank arm and spindle interface
  • Odyssey 22mm Mid BB, spacers, and anti-seize grease included

Spindle: 22mm Chromoly
Spindle Bolts: 12 x 1mm Flush Mount (x1)
Spindle Splines: Wedge System
Sprocket Bolt: 10 x 1mm (x1)
Crank Arm Lengths: 165mm, 170mm, and 175mm
Drive Side: Right Hand Drive (RHD)
Color: Black
Weight: 27.3 oz (165mm) (Not Including Bottom Bracket)

This product was added to our catalog on March 26, 2021

Thursday, Jun 3 2021 (5 months ago)
Odyssey Thunderbolt+ Cranks (Rust Proof Black) (Right Hand Drive) (165mm)
Loved these cranks they were bulletproof basically they wore down to silver kinda fast and then my bolt came loose and the wedge cluster fell off with the crank arm, i ordered the new wedge cluster and bolt and everything has been fine now think it was a old flaw that they fixed