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Keep It Simple. No More Crank Than You Need.
A single chainring with a wide-range cassette is a wonderfully clean way to tackle so many disciplines, and The SRAM Force1 AXS D2 DUB 12-Speed Crankset is truly a leader.
Gravel, TT, tri or crits: just pick the right chainring size for the discipline and go. Their lightweight and strong direct mount chainrings feature X-SYNC tooth technology to maximize chain retention, and they bolt to carbon arms with a spectacular but
- Direct mount chainrings are lighter and stiffer than traditional spider-based rings
- 48T and 50T variants have direct mount aero chainrings for better aerodynamics
- SRAM X-SYNC wide-tooth, narrow-tooth chainring technology provides maximum chain control
- DUB bottom bracket adds durability and simplicity
- Can be upgraded to a power meter
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