Stiff, light, ready.
When you think of super light XC / trail cranks, the Race Face Next SLs are no doubt one of the first images that come to mind. Already heralded for their performance and versatility, Race Face has further improved on the old model with the Next SL G4 Cranks. Their proprietary molding technologies have allowed for a more streamlined crank profile, which still remains completely hollow, resulting in a lighter crank overall that offers even more lateral stiffness than before. Helping shave even more weight is the 30 mm CNC'd spindle featuring drilled-out splines and construction from a special aluminum that's 20% stronger than the benchmark 7050 series alloy.
Unmatched versatility is retained thanks to Race's Face's CINCH system, whose direct-mount or removable spider options allow you to run the gamut of chainring configurations while ensuring these Next SL G4 cranks stay relevant throughout the development of future chainring standards
Claimed weight is 430 g (including 32T direct-mount chainring, sold separately). Bottom-bracket not included.
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