2009 – Team BEER develops, machines, and begins testing eccentric for BB30. Various cranks and bearing combinations are tested.
2009 -The Eccentric is tested at the SSCXWC in Portland. The mud and water prove to be too much for cheap bearings. It is decided that only Phil Wood bearings will be used in the future.
2009 Single Speed Nationals – Local cyclocross hero, Rich Maile (45), races to 3rd place using an eccentric BB30 on his Specialized Sworks Tri Cross Carbon.
2010 – Sales of Eccentrics begin.
Team BEER modifies the prototype into the race lite version. In addition to Phil Wood Bearings, Phil Wood dustcaps are also implemented. Excess material is removed, and the final weight is 150 grams.
2011 – Eccentrics for BB30 are tested on various Mountain bikes while utilizing the Chris King PBB009 spacer kit. The spacer kit allows for a complete universal solution. The combination of eccentric and spacer kit allows the unit to be used on any BB30 frame with any popular crankset that has a 24mm spindle.
Shimano, SRAM, Truvativ, FSA, Race Face
2011 - Eccentrics for 73mm Wide BB shells are added to the line up. The Drive side features a step relief to provide clearance for MTB granny ring bosses.