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Crank Brothers bars, stems, seatposts and more

Crank Brothers announced 3 new projects yesterday.

The first was a book called “Chronology” that they developed with photographers Sven Martin and Gary Perkin. The 176 page photo journal showcases the 2009 Mountain Bike World Cup racing season, including both Downhill and Cross Country disciplines. There are no words in the book as the

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authors preferred to let the pictures tell the story. Chronology should be available in about 2-3 weeks from your local Crank Brothers dealer and it will also be available from Crank Brothers directly online.

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Besides releasing the new book, Crank Brothers released an entire product line including handlebars, stems, seatposts, grips, and of course new updates to their pedals and wheels.

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  • Will T Smith says:

    It’s all so pretty. And the explanation for “stronger” sounds like Dominoes commercials touting it’s old crust tasted like cardboard. This is company that had many years to fix the deficiencies in it’s products and is just now telling us that it’s doing it. Behind the anodizing and the packaging, I wouldn’t trust any of their products one bit.

  • Big E says:

    Crank Bros has it going on!

  • matt says:

    Garbage…

    They should stick to what they know, Multitools.

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