Token Ninja Bottom Bracket BB90/BB95 for 24mm Axle
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Token Ninja Bottom Bracket BB90/BB95 for 24mm Axle
Code: TK-BB372
Token Ninja Bottom Bracket BB90/BB95 for 24mm Axle
Token's Ninja bottom bracket solves the creaking issues of pressfit brackets, improving bearing life and adding stiffness to the bottom bracket.It incorporates Fusion technology; it is a combination of plastic and fibre that covers an alloy bottom bracket shell. The composite material allows it to be precisely machined and fit snugly in the frame so it doesn’t move in the frame. The bearings themselves are housed in the alloy shell and wrapped with the plastic and fibre. This fusion of the three materials provides the bearings a solid platform to sit on and extends their lives. The two sides have been extended to meet in the middled with a threaded interface, so the right and left sides lock together. This locks the frame, cranks and bottom bracket together and improves stiffness.
  • Designed to reduce creaking
  • Improves bearing life
  • Increases stiffness
  • Fusion technology combines plastic and fibre
  • Alloy shell
  • Threaded interface locks the drive side and non-drive side together
  • Designed for use with TREK BB90 / BB95 bottom brackets and 24mm axles chainset axles
Will fit frames with the following BB
  • TREK BB90
  • TREK BB95
DAVIDAfter months of putting up with a squeaky bottom bracket on my Trek Emonda SL I got fed up and decided to install a Token Ninja BB90. Had a few problems sourcing the installation tool but managed to get one sent from Taiwan. Easy to install with the correct tools and seems to have solved the problem immediately. I can`t understand why Trek persist with their version - they should buy and instal these instead. The stiffness of the BB has improved noticeably as a result
Matt BuzSwitched to one of these on my Trek Domane SLR. Primarily because the standard push-fit one was terrible and creaked after 3 months usage. It's easy to install but you do have to buy the tool as a one off and either have or buy a wrench to fit the tool. I bought a ½ inch socket wrench from another online retailer for 15 quid. It is though cheaper than buying the BB90 tool. I have had 3 now as I change my BB as a matter of course for the start of the summer. I probably average 150 miles a week. The last one I had the bearings got rough on the drive side but I did use my summer bike on the turbo over winter a lot. Even though it was well worn it didn’t however make any noise. Ive read a couple of bad things about them however my own personal experience is that its been very good and reliable and I will continue to use them moving forward.