Truvativ Rouleur Carbon cranckset with Giga X Pipe-bb

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Joeri
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by Joeri

>>www.bike-sport-news.de<< says:

"Truvativ Rouleur Carbon cranckset mit Giga X Pipe-bb

On the last Eurobike has a demo been shown from Truvativ: a new carbon, racecrankset. The result of the work is nice. There are some materials in the cranck, not only carbon. In the high-pressure-made carbon is a centre of alluminium. The better chain rings are fixed on a new spider. And that's not the only new thing under the sun. There is also the Giga X Pipe-bracketsystem. You can choose if you want the bracket in steel or titanium. Truvativ claims Roleur Carbon: stiffness, durability, precise shifting and »Style«. There is still no information about price or weight...

So, these are pics of it... 8) :shock: :P

http://www.bike-guide.com//images/story ... /10851.jpg
http://www.bike-guide.com//images/story ... /10852.jpg

Looks nice, isn't it?!
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by Frankie - B

joeri, is there an english version of this text :?:

Would be quite nice for the other users.
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Joeri
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by Joeri

ow, you're right! I don't know, its a German site. Maybe a translation site on internet?

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Joeri wrote:ow, you're right! I don't know, its a German site. Maybe a translation site on internet?


Why not use youre own creative brain! I'm sure, youre able to translate this!

Most translation sites can't handle 'technical' articles. :(

Good luck!
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by Joeri

so, you'll have to do it with this. :) Now it's just waiting on the weight of it. :D :D :D

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