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  • Rollout: Gord Fraser + Silber Pro Cycling Rollout: Gord Fraser + Silber Pro Cycling

    Gord Fraser, Directeur Sportif for Silber Pro Cycling, is a legend within the caravan for his wit, speed, and on-course directing. As a three-time Olympian, with over 200 career wins including Canadian National Championship in 2004, he has seen the inner workings of more UCI races than many commissaries.
    Gord Fraser, Directeur Sportif for Silber Pro Cycling, is a legend within the caravan for his wit, speed, and on-course directing. As a three-time Olympian, with over 200 career wins including Canadian National Championship in 2004, he has seen the inner workings of more UCI races than many commissaries.

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  • The All New Vault Hub - CX Magazine Reviews The All New Vault Hub - CX Magazine Reviews

    "Creating an oversized hub-shell provides an opportunity for performance gains—increased rear drive torsional stiffness and increased lateral stiffness means your power transfer is more direct. Using a reversed drive ring configuration with just six degrees of engagement—two times faster than the industry standard—means when you move, it moves." - CX Magazine
    "Creating an oversized hub-shell provides an opportunity for performance gains—increased rear drive torsional stiffness and increased lateral stiffness means your power transfer is more direct. Using a reversed drive ring configuration with just six degrees of engagement—two times faster than the industry standard—means when you move, it moves." - CX Magazine

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  • CX Magazine First Ride Impressions - Easton Cinch Power Meter & Shifting Rings CX Magazine First Ride Impressions - Easton Cinch Power Meter & Shifting Rings

    "It didn’t make its presence known. Only discerning eyes would notice the different cap on the non-drive side crank. Underneath the cap sits a micro-USB charging port. ANT+ or Bluetooth scanners might detect its presence, but otherwise, it tags along for your ride unnoticed." - CX Magazine
    "It didn’t make its presence known. Only discerning eyes would notice the different cap on the non-drive side crank. Underneath the cap sits a micro-USB charging port. ANT+ or Bluetooth scanners might detect its presence, but otherwise, it tags along for your ride unnoticed." - CX Magazine

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  • Peloton Magazine Reviews The EC90 SL Crank Peloton Magazine Reviews The EC90 SL Crank

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