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Raceface-Suit stevelloyd's article
Jul 8, 2015 at 13:33
Jul 8, 2015
Video: Stoked on Moab with Amanda Cordell
Awesome riding Amanda - You make our gear look so good! Great work on the edit Steve!
Raceface-Suit raceface's article
Jul 8, 2015 at 9:57
Jul 8, 2015
Don't Let Go of These Love Handles
The Five colours offered now are just the initial launch. We will be adding more colour options in the future!
Raceface-Suit raceface's article
Jul 8, 2015 at 9:56
Jul 8, 2015
Don't Let Go of These Love Handles
Race Face does offer a full range of grips with varying diameters to fit all rider preferences. Our thickest grip would be the STRAFE with a 33mm diameter. .
Raceface-Suit paulaston's article
Dec 3, 2014 at 13:39
Dec 3, 2014
Check Out #3
This a version of the Race Face Direct Mount Single ring that is compatible with the SRAM interface. Our own Cinch cranks use our regular DM Single rings -
Raceface-Suit pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 14, 2014 at 14:58
Oct 14, 2014
Ask Pinkbike: Rim Width, Angle Headsets, and Carbon Cranks
We would agree that carbon cranks may not be the best choice for a pure dirt jump bike build but we would also insist that the Race Face SIXC cranks are designed to take quite a bit of 'abuse'. They are a fully rated DH carbon crankset - not just a repackaged AM or XC crank with a heavier spindle. All 4 Race Face riders that were at Rampage this year - Paul Bas, Mike Montgomery, Bernard Kerr, and Mitch Chubey were ALL running Sixc cranks. They were all hitting huge lines and there were zero issues with the cranks. Bernard and the Pivot Factory DH team raced a full World Cup season on the cranks - while Bas, Montgomery and Chubey were doing slopestyle contests on the same Sixc cranks. Race Face designs and builds its carbon cranks to withstand the normal rigors of riding - of course in crash situations weird loads and forces can be applied to parts that can go beyond what something is designed to withstand. But in reality those same forces that might damage a RF carbon crank would have most likely done damage to any alloy crankset. The Sixc cranks are the lightest DH cranks available that you can trust. In regards to surface damage on the carbon arms - we finish the cranks with a pretty thick clearcoat plus we apply a protective layer of tape across a large portion of the front face of the crank arm to protect against heel rub and trail damage. You would have to scratch the clear coat quite deep to actually reach carbon material. It is best to inspect your bike regularly to detect any serious surface damage to any carbon parts - if you have a scratch or something on your carbon cranks that you are worried about then best to have your local shop take a look and they can refer to RF if further advice is needed.
Raceface-Suit mikekazimer's article
Jun 23, 2014 at 6:59
Jun 23, 2014
Race Face Cinch Turbine Cranks - Review
Race Face will be releasing a SRAM compatible direct mount narrow/wide ring that will use the spider pattern of SRAM cranks. That ring will be available in the next couple of weeks!
Raceface-Suit mikekazimer's article
Jun 23, 2014 at 5:38
Jun 23, 2014
Race Face Cinch Turbine Cranks - Review
Through our riding and testing of these new Turbine cranks we really have not seen the rear pocketing of the cranks 'collect' mud any more that a more 'traditional' crank shape. You would be welcome to cover the Truss pockets but we would not feel it as being necessary.
Raceface-Suit mikekazimer's article
Jun 23, 2014 at 5:36
Jun 23, 2014
Race Face Cinch Turbine Cranks - Review
There is not a proprietary tool for installing the Race Face Cinch BB. The Race Face BSA30 cups can be installed with a RF BSA30 cup tool (ordered separately) or with a BSA30 standard cup tool from Rotor, Zipp, and Enduro.
Nov 18, 2013 at 10:16
Nov 18, 2013
What are my odds of getting you to punch Devyn for me? Like a super sweet dead leg from whattheheel? I promise to rep RF forever?
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Raceface-Suit Freeride's article
Nov 14, 2013 at 23:03
Nov 14, 2013
Video: Pretty Good For 10-Year-Olds
Awesome to see these two legends ride together! Congrats to you both for an epic 10 years and here's to another 10 more years of creating breathtaking MTB memories for us all!
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