Hope Technology Releases ebike specific Hope E-Bike Crank
Hope's ebike specifica alloy chainset launches in a rainbow of colors.
UK based, Hope Technology launches an ebike specific Hope E-Bike Crank for eMTBers want to add a little bling to their motorized ride.
Looking to add a splash of color to your ebike, but want a product that you know is well made and that you can rely on? Hope Technology has your back with the new Hope E-Bike Crank.
These UK made ebike specific cranks have been spied at various trade shows through the year, and more recently they’ve arrived in store, but today they’re official and listed on the Hope Technology website.
The CNC machined E-Bike Crank weighs 472g without spider or chainring, and have been designed with an optimized Q-factor for a larger range of compatibility with motors, and frame designs. With this in mind though, the current E-Bike Cranks are ISIS fitment only, but we hope Shimano and other options will be made available.
Each crankarm as a self-extracting nut system and as they measure 165mm they provide optimal ground-clearance for rocky, uphill, ebiking. Hope stockists are already listing the E-Bike Crank as in stock and we have found pricing to range from just £87.99 – £175.99, we believe the upper price is closer to Hope’s intended RRP.
This is probably the first in a long line of Hope ebike specific products to launch. 6 piston Hope brakes are also on the cards, and what about a Hope HB-160 ebike? Now that would be something!
Hope E-Bike Crank Features
Designed for maximum ground clearance
Self extracting system for easy fitting and removal
Optimised Q-factor for compatibility with most frame/motor combinations
Arms available in Black, Blue, Red, Silver, Purple and Orange
Proudly Designed, Tested and Manufactured in Barnoldswick, UK
What Hope has to say about the E-Bike Crank
Forged and CNC machined 7150 series aluminium alloy crank arms **Please Note**: Compatible with motor systems using an ISIS spline axle/crank arm interface
Chainstay clearance requirements vary between manufacturer and even between models, we cannot test fit these cranks on every model of bike. Please consult the E-BIKE Crank Fitment Diagram found in the manuals and diagrams section.