The People's Champ
Years of unrivaled strength and durability have earned the Turbine a place in the crankset hall of fame.
CINCH System is designed to work with your next bike, the bike after that, and the bike after that.
Not So Heavy Metal
This crankset is forged to maximize strength then machined to shave away every unnecessary ounce of weight.
Work Hard, Play Hard
|Chainline||52mm - 136 Spindle (Chainline Chart)|
|Includes||Pedal Washers (Chain Rings & Bottom Brackets sold separately)|
|Axle Material||7050 Aluminum|
|Crank Arm Material||7050 Aluminum|
|Spindle Diameter (MM)||30|
|Weight Conditions||136mm Spindle (30mm XC-Enduro Cranks)|
Amazing product and quality fast shipping
Having a mixed relationship with carbon xc cranksets (my last set of carbon cranks lasted 9 months) , when I built my last XC/Trail bike I choose the Turbine. It is 160 grams heavier than the lightest carbon cranks, but I feel that 160 grams is well work the "price". That said, they among the very lightest of aluminum cranks on the market. After two years of hard riding they ride like new without a squeak, tweak, or peep. My only complaint is that like all aluminum cranksets the anodizing has a hard time standing up to years of rock strikes and shoe rub. Loving a crankset for it's dependability doesn't sound like a big deal, but it is if you ride 3,000 trail miles a year.
I've had my Turbine crank for over a year with some solid riding on them, no issues al all and are going strong.
Setup was a breeze too, bsa30 bb and you can replace just the bearings without having to wait on a complete bb
I built a carbon fatbike with a 120mm bsa bb. Cranksets to fit were are hard to find. A phone call to raceface helped me find what I needed. The cranks require a 1.5 mm spacer that didn’t come with cranks or bb. Rf was kind enough to help me get the required spacers.