Race Face Turbine Cinch Crankset

Race Face Turbine Cinch Crankset
Race Face Turbine Cinch Crankset
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Turbine Cinch Crankset by Race Face
The Race Face Turbine Cinch Crankset continues to set the benchmark for performance and versatility in aluminum cranks. Featuring the proven Race Face Cinch System interface that makes chainring swaps a breeze, the Turbine is an impressively light & stiff performance crankset for today's modern XC, trail and all-mountain bikes. It's equipped with a a stiff 30mm alloy spindle and is compatible with all relevant frame standards as long as you get the correct Cinch bottom bracket.

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SKU: RCFW02K
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