New light weight crank FACE NEXT SL CRANKSET

Discuss light weight issues concerning mountain bikes & parts.

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uraqt
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by uraqt

I know it's new, but if you are an early adopter let us know what you think: )

http://www.bikerumor.com/2014/01/29/unb ... more-72449


Sounds like it's going to fit almost everything and be the cost/gram winner. Couldn't find any thing about the qfactor but I would guess that it's going to be wide

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drainyoo
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by drainyoo

Look nice, but they're for MTB.
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RussellS
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by RussellS

It is a double crankset. And there are a variety of chainring options. 40-28 may be the most road bike worthy. With an 11-23 cassette you would have a wide range of gears. It mentions 64/104mm chainrings. 104mm rings are available from several makers in a wide variety of sizes. Upper 40s size.

http://www.raceface.com/components/cranks/next/next-sl/

KvnP
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by KvnP

I'm actually using the Next SL on my MTB..
Such a nice crankset !

No noticeable flex on drops/jumps or climbing and no chain dropping issues - sweet chainrings !
The cool perk to this crankset = cinch BB where it's almost applicable to any BB.
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