Threaded Bottom Brackets

Shimano XT BB-MT800 Bottom Bracket
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SRAM / Truvativ Team GXP Bottom Bracket
$31.99
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Shimano UN55 Bottom Bracket
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Shimano BBR60 Ultegra Bottom Bracket
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Shimano Saint Bottom Bracket
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Shimano XTR BB93 English Bottom Bracket
$31.99
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Hope 68/73mm Bottom Bracket
$116.95
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MSRP $133.60
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Race Face Turbine X-Type Bottom Bracket
$50.99
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Shimano 105 BB-5500 Bottom Bracket
$33.99
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Hope 68/73mm 30mm Bottom Bracket
$113.99
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Shimano UN-26 Bottom Bracket
$8.99
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Truvativ Powerspline Bottom Bracket
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Shimano Dura-Ace BB-R9100 Bottom Bracket
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Truvativ Giga Pipe Team SL Isis BB
$34.99
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Easton BSA 68/73 Bottom Bracket
$42.49
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Sram/Truvativ GXP 100mm Bottom Bracket
$27.99
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MSRP $36.00
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Race Face Team DH X-Type BB
$42.49
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MSRP $49.99
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SRAM GXP Bottom Bracket
$31.99
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SRAM Blackbox GXP Ceramic Bottom Bracket
$184.99
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Threaded Bottom Bracket

Up until about 10 years ago, virtually all bikes used a threaded bottom bracket. There were a few notable exceptions in the early 1990s from makers like Klein, Merlin and Gary Fisher — which used their own threadless press fit style BBs — but it wasn’t until Cannondale introduced its BB30 threadless system in the early 2000s that threadless bottom brackets started to go away.

Regardless of what is popular, many people still swear by threaded bottom brackets. Unlike press fit style BBs, which come in a dizzying number of sizes and standards, there are essentially just two type of threaded bottom brackets: BSA or Italian. And the latter is quite rare these days.

The advantages of threaded bottom brackets are well known. Since the bearing cups screw directly into the threaded BB shell of the bike, you get a secure connection that’s less prone to creaking noises. And if it does develop any problems or creaking — which can occur if you frequently ride in wet, grimy conditions — it’s easy to remove, clean, grease and reinstall.

Most of the threaded bottom brackets available today feature external bearings. This design increases the distance between the bearings, which boosts lateral stiffness compared to inboard threaded bearings. Shimano was an early advocate of this design, and today you can find external threaded bottom brackets from other brands, too, including SRAM, Race Face, Chris King, Easton and Hope. JensonUSA carries a wide variety of options for both road and mountain bikes.

Some older model bikes and drivetrains still use threaded bottom brackets with inboard bearings, as do many track bikes because of the narrower Q-Factor. And many recreational and lower priced bikes also feature the inboard design with a traditional square taper spindle.

Whatever type of threaded bottom bracket you need, JensonUSA has just the right solution. Feel free to call us and speak to one of our Gear Advisors today at 888-880-3811, who will be happy to help you find exactly what you are looking for.