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The Race Face SIXC (the C is silent, eh!) line of products has always been a culmination of years of engineering mountain bike parts to withstand the rigors of racing DH or AM riding. The Race Face SIXC Cinch crankset was created for the all mountain rider that requires the best equipment available, integrating their new Cinch bottom bracket technology with their legendry SIXC cransket. Light enough to be installed on your AM bike but strong enough to also shred some gnarly downhill - and thanks to the integration of Race Face’s Cinch technology, versatile enough to be installed on just about any bike - the Race Face SIXC Cinch is the product many epic riders have been waiting for.
Similar to the Race Face Next SL crankset, the Race Face SIXC Cinch crankset also features Race Face’s Cinch technology, making it part of the next generation of Race Face carbon cranks. Weighing in at just 550 grams, the SIXC Cinch cranks are some of the lightest, strongest, 100% carbon fiber MTB cranks ever produced. This is achieved through utilizing the proven Race Face proprietary hollow arm technology. Race Face has created a crank that goes beyond existing carbon material & process limitations, setting a new benchmark. Not only is the SIXC Cinch one of the lightest carbon crankset to hit the shelves, but it’s one of the most versatile as well. The SIXC Cinch is proudly designed, tested and manufactured in Race Face’s Canadian facility, using U.S. sourced carbon and aluminum.
These cranks feature a 30mm spindle, however will work with a standard 68/73mm bottom bracket shell width when using this bottom bracket: Click HERE.
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Comments about Race Face Sixc Cinch Cranks:
Easy install. Note that you do need access to a shimano isis bb tool in order to tighten the cinch ring down. Icame from a sram xo carbon crank to these. Notable weight reduction, but the most surprising thing i could feel a very noticeable difference in the stiffness of the sixc crank. I Inever realized the flex from the xo until i switched. Only had acouple rides so far, but these seem like a great product.