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36mm Baker Crystal Analog Watch with Bracelet Strap, Stainless/Rose - MARC by

MARC by Marc Jacobs36mm Baker Crystal Analog Watch with Bracelet Strap, Stainless/RoseDetailsMARC by Marc Jacobs Baker watch.Round stainless steel case with logo bezel, 36mm (1 2/5").Bracelet strap, approx. 4 3/4"-6 2/3"L (125mm min., 175mm max. +/-

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Purefix Original Fixie 54 Frameset With Pink Wheelset And Pink Crank Arms

Pink 54 cm frameset, pink wheelset, pink 44T crankset...great deal! The bottom bracket is included. We'll install the bottom bracket and crank arm before shipment if requested. wheelset does not include freewheel or cog (gears) even though that is shown in picture.frameset does not include headset but we will send install the bottom bracket at crankset at your request (both are already included in price).

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Thunderbolt Lhd Crankset Black 175mm

Odyssey Thunderbolt Lhd Crankset Black 175mm

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Next SL Crankset Black, 28t/175mm

Starting with the Next LP's carbon inlay and evolving over the years into the full-carbon SL, Race Face has a rich history of incorporating the black weave into its crankarms. The latest and greatest Next SL uses hollow carbon arms and a direct-mount ring to boast a sub one-pound (28t direct mount) weight. Race Face uses carbon and aluminum sourced from the United States and manufacturing resources in its Canadian facility to produce industry-leading quality. The arms are hollow, with no internal structure left over from the manufacturing process. This means the lowest weight possible, and incredible strength. But that's only one aspect to these cranks that makes them Race Face's top offering. A direct-mount chainring is not a new concept, but Race Face's Cinch execution ends up making the Next SL one of the most versatile cranksets available. For easy maintenance, the proprietary Cinch spline uses a standard Park BBT-22 bottom bracket tool for installation. The splined design eliminates the weakness of four-bolt interfaces, and its 7075-T6, 4mm-thick, aerospace-grade aluminum transfers pedal loads without flexing. Race Face provides replacement rings in sizes 26 through 36t, but the cranks are only available with 28 through 34t options. The chainrings work with 9-, 10-, and 11-speed drivetrains, and the rings feature the narrow/wide profile. This design helps to retain the chain by preventing jump, which is due to a tighter interface between inner and outer links. Now there's no need for heavy guides, and with the large-ratio spread of modern cassettes, you can kiss redundant double- and triple-cranksets goodbye. The Race Face Next SL Crankset has a raw carbon finish and comes in 28t/175mm, 30t/175mm, 32t/175mm, and 34t/175mm configurations.

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Thunderbolt Rhd Crankset Black 175mm

Odyssey Thunderbolt Rhd Crankset Black 175mm

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Next SL Crankset Black, 34t/175mm

Starting with the Next LP's carbon inlay and evolving over the years into the full-carbon SL, Race Face has a rich history of incorporating the black weave into its crankarms. The latest and greatest Next SL uses hollow carbon arms and a direct-mount ring to boast a sub one-pound (28t direct mount) weight. Race Face uses carbon and aluminum sourced from the United States and manufacturing resources in its Canadian facility to produce industry-leading quality. The arms are hollow, with no internal structure left over from the manufacturing process. This means the lowest weight possible, and incredible strength. But that's only one aspect to these cranks that makes them Race Face's top offering. A direct-mount chainring is not a new concept, but Race Face's Cinch execution ends up making the Next SL one of the most versatile cranksets available. For easy maintenance, the proprietary Cinch spline uses a standard Park BBT-22 bottom bracket tool for installation. The splined design eliminates the weakness of four-bolt interfaces, and its 7075-T6, 4mm-thick, aerospace-grade aluminum transfers pedal loads without flexing. Race Face provides replacement rings in sizes 26 through 36t, but the cranks are only available with 28 through 34t options. The chainrings work with 9-, 10-, and 11-speed drivetrains, and the rings feature the narrow/wide profile. This design helps to retain the chain by preventing jump, which is due to a tighter interface between inner and outer links. Now there's no need for heavy guides, and with the large-ratio spread of modern cassettes, you can kiss redundant double- and triple-cranksets goodbye. The Race Face Next SL Crankset has a raw carbon finish and comes in 28t/175mm, 30t/175mm, 32t/175mm, and 34t/175mm configurations.

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Next SL Crankset Black, 30t/175mm

Starting with the Next LP's carbon inlay and evolving over the years into the full-carbon SL, Race Face has a rich history of incorporating the black weave into its crankarms. The latest and greatest Next SL uses hollow carbon arms and a direct-mount ring to boast a sub one-pound (28t direct mount) weight. Race Face uses carbon and aluminum sourced from the United States and manufacturing resources in its Canadian facility to produce industry-leading quality. The arms are hollow, with no internal structure left over from the manufacturing process. This means the lowest weight possible, and incredible strength. But that's only one aspect to these cranks that makes them Race Face's top offering. A direct-mount chainring is not a new concept, but Race Face's Cinch execution ends up making the Next SL one of the most versatile cranksets available. For easy maintenance, the proprietary Cinch spline uses a standard Park BBT-22 bottom bracket tool for installation. The splined design eliminates the weakness of four-bolt interfaces, and its 7075-T6, 4mm-thick, aerospace-grade aluminum transfers pedal loads without flexing. Race Face provides replacement rings in sizes 26 through 36t, but the cranks are only available with 28 through 34t options. The chainrings work with 9-, 10-, and 11-speed drivetrains, and the rings feature the narrow/wide profile. This design helps to retain the chain by preventing jump, which is due to a tighter interface between inner and outer links. Now there's no need for heavy guides, and with the large-ratio spread of modern cassettes, you can kiss redundant double- and triple-cranksets goodbye. The Race Face Next SL Crankset has a raw carbon finish and comes in 28t/175mm, 30t/175mm, 32t/175mm, and 34t/175mm configurations.

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Next SL Crankset Black, 32t/175mm

Starting with the Next LP's carbon inlay and evolving over the years into the full-carbon SL, Race Face has a rich history of incorporating the black weave into its crankarms. The latest and greatest Next SL uses hollow carbon arms and a direct-mount ring to boast a sub one-pound (28t direct mount) weight. Race Face uses carbon and aluminum sourced from the United States and manufacturing resources in its Canadian facility to produce industry-leading quality. The arms are hollow, with no internal structure left over from the manufacturing process. This means the lowest weight possible, and incredible strength. But that's only one aspect to these cranks that makes them Race Face's top offering. A direct-mount chainring is not a new concept, but Race Face's Cinch execution ends up making the Next SL one of the most versatile cranksets available. For easy maintenance, the proprietary Cinch spline uses a standard Park BBT-22 bottom bracket tool for installation. The splined design eliminates the weakness of four-bolt interfaces, and its 7075-T6, 4mm-thick, aerospace-grade aluminum transfers pedal loads without flexing. Race Face provides replacement rings in sizes 26 through 36t, but the cranks are only available with 28 through 34t options. The chainrings work with 9-, 10-, and 11-speed drivetrains, and the rings feature the narrow/wide profile. This design helps to retain the chain by preventing jump, which is due to a tighter interface between inner and outer links. Now there's no need for heavy guides, and with the large-ratio spread of modern cassettes, you can kiss redundant double- and triple-cranksets goodbye. The Race Face Next SL Crankset has a raw carbon finish and comes in 28t/175mm, 30t/175mm, 32t/175mm, and 34t/175mm configurations.

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X0 2.2 BB30 10-Speed Crankset Red, 175mm, 36/22

If nothing else, BB30 cranks like this Truvativ X0 BB30 2. 2 10-Speed Crankset will allow more heel and ankle clearance as we pedal, potentially eliminating the scraping between shoe and crankarm that some of us have grown accustomed to with outboard bearing crank designs of late. If this sounds familiar, and if the inside of your shoes look like they've been through the grinder, then BB30 is right for you. The added bonus is that it offers performance advantages and weight savings at the same time. This X0 2. 2 10-Speed Crankset uses carbon fiber like the top shelf XX crank, but there are a few differences. Unlike the XX crank, there's no alloy spine connecting the threaded pedal insert and the crank/spindle connection. SRAM engineers figured out a way to eliminate it, instead using a stiff structural foam core inside the composite skin. Don't think for a second that it's weaker; part of SRAM's goal for XO was to make it burly enough to handle the rigors of all-mountain riding. Another difference is that this XO crankset uses an aluminum spider where the XX spider is an integral part of the carbon crankarm assembly. While it's a few grams heavier, the XO system allows you to remove the spider if you want to change from two to three rings or vice versa. As is, this 2x10 setup has a bolt circle diameter of 80/120mm. Of course, it's an exclusive measurement, but for the chainring tooth combinations SRAM wanted to offer, it optimizes the stiffness of the rings. And stiffer chainrings mean quicker, more precise shifts. Not only did they design their own optimized bolt circle diameters, but they re-engineered the shift ramps, pins, and cut outs on the outer chainring. On most chainrings these days, there are two sets of ramps and two drop points where the chain can get lifted or dropped quickly and under pressure. This means that twice each pedal revolution you'll hit these spots, so the shifting can be iffy if you shift at any other time. You've probably experienced ...

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Competitive Cyclist
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X9 BB30 2.2 Crankset Black/Grey, 175mm, 36/22

SRAM X9 has always been a rough and tumble kind of group, as at home on a blue collar race bike as it is on an all-mountain steed destined for a two week adventure in the Rockies. With this Truvativ X9 BB30 2. 2 10-Speed Crankset w/Bottom Bracket, X9 isn't left on the porch with regards to new technology either. The 30mm alloy spindle makes this crankset one stiff beast, and with the bearings housed inside the BB30 bottom bracket shell, you'll benefit from more heel and ankle clearance as well. This X9 2. 2 10-Speed Crankset benefits from the development for XX, yet it delivers 2x10 performance and simplicity at a significantly lower cost. Truvativ uses a hollow forging process to make sure that the X9 crank meets expected performance/value criteria. Sure, their high end carbon fiber cranks are a few grams lighter, but their higher cost puts them off the mark in comparison to this one. The hollow 7075 aluminum arms are ideal from a durability standpoint. You can stomp on the pedals as hard as you like and you know that not only will they resist deflection, but they'll be tough as nails. And if you ride in rough terrain, that's a nice thing to know when you tag the crank arm on a boulder. Fitted to the aluminum spider are Truvativ's CNC machined 7075 T6 aluminum chainrings which include a highly refined set of pins and ramps to provide smooth shifting under power. A double-specific 80/120mm bolt circle diameter allows the four hole chainrings to be stiffer for more precise shifting, and trick dual-sided 5mm/6mm alloy chainring bolts make for easy work when it's time for replacement or service. The Truvativ X9 BB30 2. 2 10-Speed Crankset w/Bottom Bracket is Black with Grey accents and has a 175mm crankarm length. It's offered with either 26/39t or 28/42t chainring combinations. It comes with a BB30 bottom bracket bearing assembly.

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Competitive Cyclist
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175 lb. Tall Ice Caddy - SlidingLid [ICS175T-110]

The Cambro 175 lb. Tall Ice Caddy - SlidingLid [ICS175T-110] is perfect for storing large amounts of ice over a long period of time. There is a built in drain shelf which separates water and ice to prevent the ice from melting as fast. The caddy itself is made with polyethylene plastic (extremely durable and resistant) and has thick foam insulation on the inside. The lid slides open instead of detaching which means there's no need to set it down somewhere and increase the chance of contamination. On the bottom there are four casters, two of which are swiveling and the other two are fixed with brakes.

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HP Designjet T520 24-in Eprinter

Inkjet Large Format Printer - Width: 38.9" - Height: 36.7" - Depth: 20.9" - Form Factor: Floor Standing Supported - Ethernet Technology: Fast Ethernet - Standard Memory: 1 GB - Wi-Fi: Wi-Fi

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Olfa Rm-mg Rotary Cutting Mat,24 X 36 In

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Rotary Cutting Mat, Double-Sided, Self-Healing, Length 24 In, Width 36 In, Thickness 0.06 In, One Side Green w/Yellow Lines, Other Side Solid Green, Graduation 30, 45, 60 Deg, Graduations In/Ft/mm, 1/8 In Grid Markings, Medium Size, Use With Rotary

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Zoro
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Force 22 GXP Crankset One Color, 175mm, 46//36

While the announcement of 22 gears might draw most people's attention toward the new Force 22, we'd argue the biggest achievement of the new group was SRAM's generous carryover of Red's technology. The Force 22 GXP Crankset showcases this most clearly, as it was constructed with unidirectional carbon crank arms and received Red's hidden bolt pattern and innovative 'True 22' X Glide R chainring calibration, giving you the ultimate in drivetrain power and precision. The new SRAM Force 22 GXP Crankset was built using unidirectional carbon in the crank arms, matched to a forged alloy spider. This design is similar to that which SRAM employed with its Red/Quarq design, and it now incorporates the spindle into the crankset's non-driveside arm. Because of its large carbon-optimizing structure, SRAM's crank arms are able to use less material, effectively reducing weight without negatively affecting stiffness. This also allowed them to rotate the spider to take advantage of the large, flex-fighting crank arm. SRAM chose to stick with the 130mm bolt circle diameter standard, ensuring compatibility with aftermarket chainrings, but they've arranged the spider to position a mounting bolt on the backside of the crank arm. By integrating a mounting location within the existing carbon structure, they're able to reduce weight and deflection from shifting -- effectively enhancing the accuracy, speed, and quality of front shifts. The Red Exogram chainrings have also trickled into Force 22. These rings received extensive reworking with the development of Red, which now boost front shifting performance, specifically focusing on integration with the rotating, Yaw-caged front derailleur. Coined X Glide R, these chainrings are machined from 5mm thick 7075-T6 aluminum and now have been carefully tuned to accommodate the 11-speed drivetrain. SRAM used extensive computer-aided finite element analysis to optimize stiffness first, followed by shift ramp profiles. Then they set out to eli...

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Competitive Cyclist
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X0 GXP 2.2 Crankset Black, 175mm, 39/26

This Truvativ X0 GXP 2. 2 10-Speed Crankset uses carbon fiber like the top shelf XX crank, but there are a few differences. Unlike the XX crank, there's no alloy spine connecting the threaded pedal insert and the crank/spindle connection. SRAM engineers figured out a way to eliminate it, instead using a stiff structural foam core inside the composite skin. Don't think for a second that it's weaker; part of SRAM's goal for XO was to make it burly enough to handle the rigors of all-mountain riding. Another difference is that this XO crankset uses an aluminum spider where the XX spider is an integral part of the carbon crankarm assembly. While it's a few grams heavier, the XO system allows you to remove the spider if you want to change from two to three rings or vice versa. As is, this 2x10 setup has a bolt circle diameter of 80/120mm. Of course, it's an exclusive measurement, but for the chainring tooth combinations SRAM wanted to offer, it optimizes the stiffness of the rings. And stiffer chainrings mean quicker, more precise shifts. Not only did they design their own optimized bolt circle diameters, but they re-engineered the shift ramps, pins, and cut outs on the outer chainring. On most chainrings these days, there are two sets of ramps and two drop points where the chain can get lifted or dropped quickly and under pressure. This means that twice each pedal revolution you'll hit these spots, so the shifting can be iffy if you shift at any other time. You've probably experienced this with the pause and clunk and sometimes smooth movement on other crank systems. SRAM's X0 outer ring allows perfect shifts just about all the way around the crank. They call this X-Glide. Another improvement stems from having only two rings. From the small ring, the chain can only go up, from the big ring, only down. With this in mind, each ring can be shaped specifically for its more focused purpose. The Truvativ X0 GXP 2. 2 10-Speed Crankset has Clear Coated Carbon fiber arms wit...

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Competitive Cyclist
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X0 GXP 2.2 Crankset Red, 175mm, 39/26

This Truvativ X0 GXP 2. 2 10-Speed Crankset uses carbon fiber like the top shelf XX crank, but there are a few differences. Unlike the XX crank, there's no alloy spine connecting the threaded pedal insert and the crank/spindle connection. SRAM engineers figured out a way to eliminate it, instead using a stiff structural foam core inside the composite skin. Don't think for a second that it's weaker; part of SRAM's goal for XO was to make it burly enough to handle the rigors of all-mountain riding. Another difference is that this XO crankset uses an aluminum spider where the XX spider is an integral part of the carbon crankarm assembly. While it's a few grams heavier, the XO system allows you to remove the spider if you want to change from two to three rings or vice versa. As is, this 2x10 setup has a bolt circle diameter of 80/120mm. Of course, it's an exclusive measurement, but for the chainring tooth combinations SRAM wanted to offer, it optimizes the stiffness of the rings. And stiffer chainrings mean quicker, more precise shifts. Not only did they design their own optimized bolt circle diameters, but they re-engineered the shift ramps, pins, and cut outs on the outer chainring. On most chainrings these days, there are two sets of ramps and two drop points where the chain can get lifted or dropped quickly and under pressure. This means that twice each pedal revolution you'll hit these spots, so the shifting can be iffy if you shift at any other time. You've probably experienced this with the pause and clunk and sometimes smooth movement on other crank systems. SRAM's X0 outer ring allows perfect shifts just about all the way around the crank. They call this X-Glide. Another improvement stems from having only two rings. From the small ring, the chain can only go up, from the big ring, only down. With this in mind, each ring can be shaped specifically for its more focused purpose. The Truvativ X0 GXP 2. 2 10-Speed Crankset has Clear Coated Carbon fiber arms wit...

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Competitive Cyclist
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X0 2.2 BB30 10-Speed Crankset Red, 175mm/39-26

If nothing else, BB30 cranks like this Truvativ X0 BB30 2. 2 10-Speed Crankset will allow more heel and ankle clearance as we pedal, potentially eliminating the scraping between shoe and crankarm that some of us have grown accustomed to with outboard bearing crank designs of late. If this sounds familiar, and if the inside of your shoes look like they've been through the grinder, then BB30 is right for you. The added bonus is that it offers performance advantages and weight savings at the same time. This X0 2. 2 10-Speed Crankset uses carbon fiber like the top shelf XX crank, but there are a few differences. Unlike the XX crank, there's no alloy spine connecting the threaded pedal insert and the crank/spindle connection. SRAM engineers figured out a way to eliminate it, instead using a stiff structural foam core inside the composite skin. Don't think for a second that it's weaker; part of SRAM's goal for XO was to make it burly enough to handle the rigors of all-mountain riding. Another difference is that this XO crankset uses an aluminum spider where the XX spider is an integral part of the carbon crankarm assembly. While it's a few grams heavier, the XO system allows you to remove the spider if you want to change from two to three rings or vice versa. As is, this 2x10 setup has a bolt circle diameter of 80/120mm. Of course, it's an exclusive measurement, but for the chainring tooth combinations SRAM wanted to offer, it optimizes the stiffness of the rings. And stiffer chainrings mean quicker, more precise shifts. Not only did they design their own optimized bolt circle diameters, but they re-engineered the shift ramps, pins, and cut outs on the outer chainring. On most chainrings these days, there are two sets of ramps and two drop points where the chain can get lifted or dropped quickly and under pressure. This means that twice each pedal revolution you'll hit these spots, so the shifting can be iffy if you shift at any other time. You've probably experienced ...

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Competitive Cyclist
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X0 2.2 BB30 10-Speed Crankset Red, 175mm/42-28

If nothing else, BB30 cranks like this Truvativ X0 BB30 2. 2 10-Speed Crankset will allow more heel and ankle clearance as we pedal, potentially eliminating the scraping between shoe and crankarm that some of us have grown accustomed to with outboard bearing crank designs of late. If this sounds familiar, and if the inside of your shoes look like they've been through the grinder, then BB30 is right for you. The added bonus is that it offers performance advantages and weight savings at the same time. This X0 2. 2 10-Speed Crankset uses carbon fiber like the top shelf XX crank, but there are a few differences. Unlike the XX crank, there's no alloy spine connecting the threaded pedal insert and the crank/spindle connection. SRAM engineers figured out a way to eliminate it, instead using a stiff structural foam core inside the composite skin. Don't think for a second that it's weaker; part of SRAM's goal for XO was to make it burly enough to handle the rigors of all-mountain riding. Another difference is that this XO crankset uses an aluminum spider where the XX spider is an integral part of the carbon crankarm assembly. While it's a few grams heavier, the XO system allows you to remove the spider if you want to change from two to three rings or vice versa. As is, this 2x10 setup has a bolt circle diameter of 80/120mm. Of course, it's an exclusive measurement, but for the chainring tooth combinations SRAM wanted to offer, it optimizes the stiffness of the rings. And stiffer chainrings mean quicker, more precise shifts. Not only did they design their own optimized bolt circle diameters, but they re-engineered the shift ramps, pins, and cut outs on the outer chainring. On most chainrings these days, there are two sets of ramps and two drop points where the chain can get lifted or dropped quickly and under pressure. This means that twice each pedal revolution you'll hit these spots, so the shifting can be iffy if you shift at any other time. You've probably experienced ...

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Competitive Cyclist
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X0 2.2 BB30 10-Speed Crankset Red, 175mm, 38/24

If nothing else, BB30 cranks like this Truvativ X0 BB30 2. 2 10-Speed Crankset will allow more heel and ankle clearance as we pedal, potentially eliminating the scraping between shoe and crankarm that some of us have grown accustomed to with outboard bearing crank designs of late. If this sounds familiar, and if the inside of your shoes look like they've been through the grinder, then BB30 is right for you. The added bonus is that it offers performance advantages and weight savings at the same time. This X0 2. 2 10-Speed Crankset uses carbon fiber like the top shelf XX crank, but there are a few differences. Unlike the XX crank, there's no alloy spine connecting the threaded pedal insert and the crank/spindle connection. SRAM engineers figured out a way to eliminate it, instead using a stiff structural foam core inside the composite skin. Don't think for a second that it's weaker; part of SRAM's goal for XO was to make it burly enough to handle the rigors of all-mountain riding. Another difference is that this XO crankset uses an aluminum spider where the XX spider is an integral part of the carbon crankarm assembly. While it's a few grams heavier, the XO system allows you to remove the spider if you want to change from two to three rings or vice versa. As is, this 2x10 setup has a bolt circle diameter of 80/120mm. Of course, it's an exclusive measurement, but for the chainring tooth combinations SRAM wanted to offer, it optimizes the stiffness of the rings. And stiffer chainrings mean quicker, more precise shifts. Not only did they design their own optimized bolt circle diameters, but they re-engineered the shift ramps, pins, and cut outs on the outer chainring. On most chainrings these days, there are two sets of ramps and two drop points where the chain can get lifted or dropped quickly and under pressure. This means that twice each pedal revolution you'll hit these spots, so the shifting can be iffy if you shift at any other time. You've probably experienced ...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Force 22 GXP Crankset One Color, 175mm, 50/34

While the announcement of 22 gears might draw most people's attention toward the new Force 22, we'd argue the biggest achievement of the new group was SRAM's generous carryover of Red's technology. The Force 22 GXP Crankset showcases this most clearly, as it was constructed with unidirectional carbon crank arms and received Red's hidden bolt pattern and innovative 'True 22' X Glide R chainring calibration, giving you the ultimate in drivetrain power and precision. The new SRAM Force 22 GXP Crankset was built using unidirectional carbon in the crank arms, matched to a forged alloy spider. This design is similar to that which SRAM employed with its Red/Quarq design, and it now incorporates the spindle into the crankset's non-driveside arm. Because of its large carbon-optimizing structure, SRAM's crank arms are able to use less material, effectively reducing weight without negatively affecting stiffness. This also allowed them to rotate the spider to take advantage of the large, flex-fighting crank arm. SRAM chose to stick with the 130mm bolt circle diameter standard, ensuring compatibility with aftermarket chainrings, but they've arranged the spider to position a mounting bolt on the backside of the crank arm. By integrating a mounting location within the existing carbon structure, they're able to reduce weight and deflection from shifting -- effectively enhancing the accuracy, speed, and quality of front shifts. The Red Exogram chainrings have also trickled into Force 22. These rings received extensive reworking with the development of Red, which now boost front shifting performance, specifically focusing on integration with the rotating, Yaw-caged front derailleur. Coined X Glide R, these chainrings are machined from 5mm thick 7075-T6 aluminum and now have been carefully tuned to accommodate the 11-speed drivetrain. SRAM used extensive computer-aided finite element analysis to optimize stiffness first, followed by shift ramp profiles. Then they set out to eli...

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Competitive Cyclist
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