Work Hard, Play Hard
The RaceFace Turbine is the sickest aluminum crank on the trails, thirty years running. The Turbine delivers an incredibly stiff and responsive ride and tons of versatility thanks to proven Race Face tech. Go ahead, get rowdy—Turbine won't let you down.
Forged from 7000 series aluminum and then machined to remove all excess material, the turbine makes no compromises and maximizes its strength-to-weight ratio.
It's a Cinch
RaceFace's innovative CINCH system allows for you to swap out the spindle on your crankarms if you want to install a spinde-based power meter or move them to a bike with a different bottom bracket width. CINCH also makes swapping out crankarm spiders or direct mount chainrings a, well, cinch. Aptly named isn't it?
Rest assured that a CINCH compatible component will stand the test of time and outlast obsoletion. These cranks are in it for the long haul.
- Available in multiple crank lengths to suit different rider height/riding style
- 7050 forged aluminum for maximum strength-to-weight ratio
- Compatible with RaceFace CINCH spindles, spiders and direct mount chainrings
- Claimed weight of 522g
- Chainline: 52mm
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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Good value and reliable crankset
I grabbed this as an inexpensive way to try out a shorter 170mm length and ended up keeping it on my bike. Super solid component and for alloy its actually fairly light.
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