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Race Face Next SL Crankarms
The lightest gets lighter with major improvements in durability and carbon consistency. Built off the proven Next R crank arm shape and spindle insert, the new Next SL jumps back in the ring to be your featherweight champion.
Made in Canada with American sourced carbon, the Next SL is also stiffer, improving power transfer and giving you the competitive edge on your pedal-oriented cross country rig.
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The lightest cranks out there
by Captain Trips
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.
I wanted to freshen up my 2017 Pivot 429 with a new drive line. The biggest up grade was the Raceface Next Cabon SL crank set - The pictures posted are dated but the cranks I received are 2021. So far, I've been very happy and can appreciate the light lighter weight of these cranks
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