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Raise some ruckus.
Whether it's race day or you're just going out for an all-mountain shred session, the Race Face Next R Cinch Crankarms are a ruckus-ready carbon fiber crank system. Drawing features and technology from Race Face's best-of-the-best, the Next R are designed specifically for pedal-heavy enduro riding, featuring a downhill-rated SixC G2 Pedal Insert for maximum strength. With their Cinch technology providing game-changing adaptability, always be prepared with a stash of easy-to-change Cinch Narrow-Wide Direct-Mount Chainrings in your riding kit.
The Race Face Next R Cinch Crankarms does not include a Cinch chainring or bottom bracket. Available with 170mm or 175mm crank arms.
- Lightweight 1x crank arms with unidirectional carbon fiber construction.
- SixC G2 Pedal Insert is downhill-rated for heavy use and abuse.
- 7050 Alloy spindle.
- Cinch technology for easy, secure, game-changing adjustability.
- Claimed weight: 495 grams with 32t direct-mount ring (sold separately).
- Length: 170mm or 175mm.
B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.
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Great crank, cinch is fiddly
The crank is light and strong, checking 2 of the boxes I was going for. Cinch is a weird system, using a little plastic ring to take out play in your chainline doesn't seem all that robust. We'll see, I guess.
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