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The Force 1 Carbon BB30 Crankset from SRAM brings their single-chainring technology to the road. This carbon crankset includes a 42T X-SYNC narrow-wide chainring for excellent chain retention and a good all-around gear range. Offering the same performance as its Force 22 and CX1 counterparts, this Force 1 Carbon BB30 Crankset's unidirectional layup is lightweight and stiff enough to handle the efforts of the strongest riders.
Approximate weight is 598 g (172.5 mm length w/ 42T chainring). 110 mm BCD. BB30 bottom bracket not included.
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Buttery, light and drop free (so far)
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So far everything I had hoped. No chain drops with the narrow wide (the RD clutch helps, sure), light and smooth. Love it!
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