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    Rotor Cranks?

    I noticed that their website (www.rotorcranksusa.com) is ...."gone" and I believe this is the correct URL because google and a bunch of other sites still point to this but ? ? ? anyone know whats up?

    I tried to look at the site over the last couple of days just in case but not sure if they are still around. I just ordered a ring from them about two months ago!

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    Since both http://www.rotorusa.com/ and http://www.rotorcranksusa.com/ are down, I'd guess they forgot to renew their domain names or server rental. This one is still around http://www.rotorbike.com/index_ingles.html
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    I've been trying to track them down too

    I read some thing on the web ( take it for what it is worth) that Shimano bought the patent.

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    Hmm I hope they come back soon, I'd hate to have to stop running my rotor cranks, because I can't find chainrings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flystagg
    Hmm I hope they come back soon, I'd hate to have to stop running my rotor cranks, because I can't find chainrings.
    Are you required to use "Rotor" chainrings? Can't use regular rings?

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    Try this link

    www.rotorbikeusa.com. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSIDE
    Been there, weak site for technical information, so I asked a user.

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