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The Rotor “Swiss cheese” crank design has been shelved in favor of a new version with three hollow channels.

The Rotor “Swiss cheese” crank design that appeared at the Tour of California has been shelved in favor of a new version with three hollow channels. EFBe tested Rotor’s latest prototype and it passed current CEN standards; the previous proto did not.

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The Rotor “Swiss cheese” crank design that appeared at the Tour of California has been shelved in favor of a new version with three hollow channels. EFBe tested Rotor’s latest prototype and it passed current CEN standards; the previous proto did not.  |  Photo: Matt Pacocha
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The Rotor “Swiss cheese” crank design has been shelved in favor of a new version with three hollow channels.
The Rotor “Swiss cheese” crank design that appeared at the Tour of California has been shelved in favor of a new version with three hollow channels. EFBe tested Rotor’s latest prototype and it passed current CEN standards; the previous proto did not.  |  Photo: Matt Pacocha
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