Introducing the lightest production carbon crankset on the planet. Designed, tested and manufactured in RaceFace's Canadian facility with US sourced carbon and aluminum. NEXT SL combines proven Race Face proprietary hollow arm technology with their new ‘Cinch’ interface. Imagine interchangeable spiders, limitless ring combinations, a 30mm alloy spindle and compatibility across all relevant frame standards. Quite possibly the most versatile crankset you will ever own.
Completely hollow carbon arms
28t, 30t, 32t, 34t and 36t chainring options
30mm alloy spindle
Removable/Interchangeable Narrow Wide chainring
Bottom Bracket Options: BB92, 68/73 BSA, 100mm BSA and PF30 (all sold separately)
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30mm spline interface
Crank Arm Length
170 or 175mm
N/A (direct mount rings)
Narrow Wide Chain Rings
28t, 30t, 32t, 34t and 36t
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Q: Hi, Is this crank compatible with TRUVATIV GXP Bottom Bracket? Thank you! Delvis
A: No, it is not.
Q: What does this crank set weight?
A: This crankset is available in different options yet it will come up to around sub 500 grams.
Q: Do these come with the Crank boots to protect the end of the arms?
A: Crankboots are included with all carbon cranks so that is correct !
Q: I have a 2014 Trek Fuel EX 8 29er, will this fit and what other parts will I need? Also looking for Carbon flat bar. Thanks, Kevin
A: You will need a bottom bracket for a 30mm spindle. If you have a BB92 frame, you will need item 030 RACCB4.
Q: Is it recommended to use a chain ring guide on a 1 X 11 setup with this crank?
A: These cranks come with a “narrow-wide” chainring which, as the name implies, is made up of a tooth pattern that alternates between narrow and wide. When paired with a clutch-equipped rear derailleur (Shimano Shadow Plus or any of SRAM’s 11-speed rear mechs), the resulting design dramatically reduces the need for a chain guide to help avoid dropped chains. Other factors to consider include an individual’s riding style and the type of terrain being ridden.