Rotor Aldhu Road Axle

Rotor Aldhu Road Axle
Rotor Aldhu Road Axle
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Aldhu Road Axle by Rotor
Rotor's new ALDHU 3D+ cranks take customizing your crankset to your own personal biomechanics to the next level, thanks to their modular construction and easy to mount chainrings, and with the Rotor Aldhu Road Axle, you'll find it pushes further to play friendly with just about any bike. It pairs both with a single chainring for a gravel-grinding one-by application, or Rotor's two-by Aldhu chainring.

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SKU: RTR0033
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