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Old 03-03-15, 07:35 AM
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Originally Posted by jwood72 View Post
Thanks, I liked the idea of them and the price made it hard to turn them down. After just a few quick rides, I am very much a fan of them. With them only being friction, I am able to dial them in super easily and I don't feel like I have to shift every single second.

It's fun to ride this bike.
Those cranks look cool as well. Like a turbine.

Someone on the forum said when SR supplied the cranks for Suntour's Cyclone group they should have used those cranks.

It looks great and sounds like a fun ride!
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