Race Face Next R Crank Arms

Race Face Next R Crank Arms
Race Face Next R Crank Arms
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Next R Crank Arms by Race Face
We love Race Face's rugged and DH-worthy SixC cranks on our big bikes for no-nonsense performance, as well as the ultra-lightweight and stiff Next SL crank on our XC whips. Sometimes it leaves us wondering, what cranks to put on our trail bike and if we have to make a compromise. Wonder no more. The Next R Crank Arms are designed for epic days out on the mountain where climbing is ever present and weight is important, yet hardy enough to ensure it can handle drops and jumps so you aren't stranded on the mountain. Handmade in Canada and constructed from unidirectional carbon fiber, the arms feature the downhill-rated SixC G2 pedal inserts preventing blown out threads and stripping. A 7075 alloy spindle keeps the package trim and transmits every watt through the drivetrain. Cinch technology enables tons of ring option and compatibility. Available in in 170 and 175mm options.

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