e*thirteen Snowbike Crankset

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MSRP : $350.00

Product Description

The snowbike cranks are a very lightweight solution to the wide bottom bracket challenge. Impeccably machined and finished, the e.13 cranks use a proprietary polygon spindle interface that provides 100% surface contact between spindle and crankarm.

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