Is that direct crank in stock after a lon...

"Crank", which is said to be the heart of a fixie bike

It's a story about how many people who want to make a fixer debut and are concerned about this, but the crank is honestly the part that you want to be concerned about from the beginning-Top3.


I would like you to imagine a car or a motorcycle, but how about running if the exterior is a cool "engine"?
Needless to say.

Even if only wheels and tires are concerned, the answer is NO if it is said that it is 100%demonstrated its performance.

I think that only a good engine will show the maximum driving and potential.

After hearing this analogy, let's review your ideal custom and the crank of the body you are currently riding.

It is no exaggeration to say that the crank is just a powerful part, and it is greatly affected by this crank whether your power is transmitted without loss.

If you say so far, those who are riding on the genuine one or those who are trying to buy a completed car without thinking. Don't you want to change it?

Of course, there are many people who say that it is tough from the beginning due to the budget, etc., so please play with here at the first custom after delivery.

There is no doubt that you will be satisfied that it was absolutely good.


The story returns to the title here, but that direct crank is restocked after a long time. Yes, "Rip Crank"

And yesterday's Yokohama store introduces, but "Rotor Vegast" is also available.



What is good about RIP CRANK is still affordable even though it's a direct crank.

Still, the rigidity is solid, so you can use it for a long time even if you get on it.

Also, BB can be upgraded because PHILWOOD can be mounted.

The crank in this price range was insufficient due to the influence of corona, so if you were aiming for it, why not customize it at this time?

Consultation is also welcome, so please feel free to contact us from the following.


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