What's left out there that's decent? May I correct to assume that Sugino is the best of what remains?
I also see cranks from Velo Orange and FSA, but figure they're more basic in quality level.
Those logics will die - all mine did - radiating cracks at the square..........White Ind sells Enos in 180.
Phil Wood as well, of course.
it's a great question, and i would love for there to be more choices. curious to see if anything else is out there, as i would like to go ST for my next build, i'm lusting for a phil wood ST BB.
the velo orange grand cru one looks interesting, but i've been wildly underwhelmed with VO stuff in the past, though people seem to really like the grand cru items, like the long reach brakes.
DaVinci crankset looks nice. It is available in a wide variety of options.
daVinci Designs - Performance Handbuilt Tandem Bicycles | with Independent Coasting Drivetrain
Ben's stocks (sometimes) a nice Sugino called the Mighty Tour.
Sugino makes many more cranksets (it seems) than it exports to the US.
Euro-Asia carries Specialties TA. I just ordered a Carmina crankset from them. Nice stuff.
Tim O'Donnell- Shamrock Cycles