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    "Rotor" crank system

    Anyone using the Rotor system? Your thoughts/reactions?

    (website: www.rotorbike.com)

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    Rotor takes on the world - from www.cyclingnews.com
    Crank and chainring maker Rotor claimed its first cycling world championship at the weekend when Netherlands rising star Marianne Vos won her first senior cyclocross world championship. Vos was using Rotor's elliptical Q-Rings, which Rotor claims provide higher power generation and lower lactate levels than conventional round rings.

    Vos just edged ahead of previous world champion Hanka Kupfernagel (Germany) in the finale, and credited the rings with helping her find the necessary final oomph for the sprint. "A little change that makes a big difference," she said.

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    Cycling News just did a review on them....

    http://www.cyclingnews.com/tech.php?...rotor_rsx4_mtb

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    more info

    There's a new (ROTOR) website online with much morte info than the previous one, if youre interested check it out.

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    Time to dig the Bio-pace stuff out of the basement, I guess it's in style again.

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