Race Face introduces us to Jerad Fischer, Lindsey Runkel, and Dan Soller, three people who are the living proof of how you can keep shredding after a life-changing injury.
Today Race Face announced two budget products, that look like appealing options for those building out a MTB. The new Aeffect R cranks ($129.99) are made from 7075 aluminum and weigh only 632 grams, while the new Aeffect Dropper ($199.99) is cable actuated and weighs 540 grams. The dropper does not come with a lever, but Race Face sells a compatible one for $39.99. Both product weights very based on spec. These new products, along with Race Face’s entire lineup are available for order from your local dealer, so hop over to Race Face to see more specs.
Race Face makes exceptional pedals. From the high end Atlas, to the Chester, and now the affordable Ride Pedals. With a steel axle and nine different colors to choose from, the Ride ($34.99) is another option within Race Face’s stout lineup. They weigh 320g and have 18 molded traction pins (9 per side). See more at Race Face.
Race Face is looking to sponsor the new wave of creators in the MTB scene. Check out all the details at Race Face!
Follow Rupert if you can while tears through the mountains of BC on the new Next SL Carbon Wheelset.