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Raceface Ride 190mm w/ 100mm BB (2x10) Crank Set

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Description: Raceface Ride 190mm w/ 100mm BB (2x10) Crank Set

RIDE offers the Race Face performance and craftsmanship the brand is known for at an attractive price point. With laser etched Race Face signature styling and the "EXI" interface system for easier installation and removal, RIDE brings the RF bling and functionality with-out a big price tag.

Key Features of Raceface Ride 190mm w/ 100mm BB (2x10) Crank Set:
  • Crank arms are net forged from 6066 aluminum with aggressive styling for a high strength to weight ratio
  • All Race Face XC cranksets feature our new "EXI" interface for easier crank installation and removal with standard tools
  • Retains the same 3mm range chainline adjustment feature as our high end X-Type cranksets, giving you the ability to achieve perfect drivetrain alignment with difficult suspension frame designs and fine-tuning shifting chainguide set-ups. Only Race Face cranks offer this extremely useful feature
  • Features Raceface''s lightweight, forged and CNC machined CrMo steel EXI spindle
  • BB cups are forged & CNC machined from high strength 6066 aluminum
  • Bearings are factory filled with Phil Wood waterproof grease - tested & proven to extend bearing life
  • Built for: XC/Trail
  • Sises:170, 175mm
  • BB Options: 68/73 BSA, also available with BB92/PF30/BB30 conversion BB
  • Weight: 995g (175mm with triple rings & BB)
  • Chainline: 49-51mm adjustable
  • Ring Configuration: 22/36 10 Speed (available w/Bash)

Ride 190mm w/ 100mm BB (2x10)


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Is this 190mm length or for 190 rear dropout spacing? Also, can it be ordered 22x36xbash? thanks!
A shopper on Dec 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi,
The 190mm is indeed the dropout spacing... currently we do not have a bash guard option.