Want to see how BMX cranks are made? Here’s a look at how the new Madera Bantam 22mm cranks are made.
Here is one for you product nerds that love seeing how things are made! Madera just dropped this video showing you how their new Bantam Cranks are made down in Florida! This starts out at the drawing on the computer and takes you all the way through the laser etching and packaging. It’s a pretty amazing process and interesting to see just how BMX cranks are made!
Also, here’s a video Tour of the Profile Racing and Madera warehouse we did with Matt Coplon a while back.
“American-Made Journey of the Madera BMX Bantam Cranks
Take a look at how Madera BMX makes BMX parts in-house in St. Petersburg, Florida, USA.
The newest product from Madera BMX is:
The Madera Bantam 22mm 3-Piece Crankset
-Heat treated, oversized 4130 chromoly crank arms
-22mm GDH CrMo axle with 8mm hex aluminum axle bolts.
-RHD – Either a Bolt on or spline drive sprocket can be used.
-LHD – Spine Drive Sprocket ONLY
-Bantam Crankset includes LH & RH crank arms, 22mm GDH chromo spindle, aluminum axle bolts/washers, and 22mm Crank Tool.
-Limited Lifetime Warranty to original purchaser.
Sizes: 165mm and 170mm
Colors: Matte-Black Powdercoat
22mm Chromo GDH Spindle- 227g/7.94 oz
170mm Right Arm: 320g/11.25 oz
170mm Left Arm: 309g/10.85 oz
For more info:
Filmed and Edited: Mike Hinkens
Filmed entirely on location at the Profile/Madera Factory in St. Petersburg Florida.“