**Thanks, Crankbrothers for answering all the questions that you did today.**Crankbrothers
has been through a number of major changes in the past few years. New owners, in the form of the Selle Royal Group, new management, the establishment of a research and development facility in Utah, the expansion of its Taiwan engineering and quality control facility, and the addition of a number of employees here in the USA. Since then, Crankbrothers made significant improvements to its Mallet DH pedal, introduced a new enduro version of the Mallet, and released the Highline dropper seatpost. The effort marks both a return to Crankbrothers’ roots and the beginning of a new chapter in the story of the innovative Laguna Beach component brand.
What's next? Why not ask them directly - right here on PB. Monday, June 27 at 10:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time, Crankbrothers’ management team will be at their computers, ready to answer any and all your questions. Fire off your questions in the comment section and the team will respond directly. Feel free to address Gaspare, Peter, Andy, Tim, Kellen, or Jason personally. It's a rare opportunity to speak directly to the people who conceived and designed each component - and to the decision makers who will be guiding the projects that Crankbrothers will be releasing in the future.Meet the Crankbrothers Team Ask Us Anything Guidelines:
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