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2011 RaceFace Turbine Cranks

2011 raceface turbine cranks   2011 RaceFace Turbine Cranks

RaceFace has been cranking out great, inexpensive and high performance gears and equipments for riders and for 2011, RaceFace introduces its new 2011 RaceFace Turbine Crank sports RaceFace’s signature I-Beam arm profiling as well as smooth shifting turbine rings.

Gunning for the classic race face look, the bike is fully forged for maximum resistance against fatigue as well as CNC machined to make it stronger. The I-Beam profiling minimizes the weight while at the same time preserving strength and stiffness. The Turbine also has chainrings that are 100% CNC machined from super-hard 7075 aluminum for maximum resistance against wear and tear as well as impact strength.


Finally, the bike is also boasting of the RaceFace EXI interface external bottom bracket system to help ease crank installation as well as removal with the use of standard tools. The turbine crank ships in various sizes, including 170, 175, 180mm and 68/73…

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RaceFace 2011 Apparel

raceface 2011 apparel 1 129x300   RaceFace 2011 ApparelRaceFace showcased the highlights of its 2011 Ambush kit for men and women. The 2011 collection includes; jersey, shorts, gloves, knee armor and a trendy messenger bag. RaceFace features their collection all made of recycled post consumers and post industrial wastes. 50 percent of which are put into use to produce the Ambush kits.

For the Men’s (DH jersey and shorts) Ambush kit, both jersey and shorts are made of recycled materials yarned and bonded into lightweight, durable and breathable waterproof fabric. The jersey has its usual hidden stash pocket and the inside pocket weight for the rider’s glasses. The shorts are of the same make and has a polyester mesh adjustable at the knee from the inside making it breathable when engaged in energy powered riding.

The Women’s Khyber outfit released by RaceFace likewise includes the DH jersey and shorts. It highlights the same recycled fabric as that of the…

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