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He is one of the professionals using SRAM’s Rival alloy cranks for fit

He is one of the professionals using SRAM’s Rival alloy cranks for fit. As with his frame, he uses the largest the manufacturer makes — 180mm.

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He is one of the professionals using SRAM’s Rival alloy cranks for fit. As with his frame, he uses the largest the manufacturer makes — 180mm.  |  Photo: Matt Pacocha
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He is one of the professionals using SRAM’s Rival alloy cranks for fit
He is one of the professionals using SRAM’s Rival alloy cranks for fit. As with his frame, he uses the largest the manufacturer makes — 180mm.  |  Photo: Matt Pacocha
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