RaceFace SixC, Next SL, & Next R Cranks...What's the Difference?


In this comparison, we take a look at the different carbon RaceFace cranksets and help determine which is best for you. Depending on your riding style and choice of trail, each have their own benefits as well as drawbacks. Check them out below!

RaceFace SixC

RaceFace SixC Cranks

The RaceFace SixC cranks are designed to be light, strong, and durable. Ideal for all mountain, enduro, or full DH racing, the SixC cranks are some of the most versatile on the market. Whether your hitting the park or slaying massive rock gardens, these cranks will handle it all! 

RaceFace SixC Cranks

RaceFace Next SL

RaceFace Next SL CranksDesigned for trail and cross country riding, the Next SL cranks are super light weight and perfect for long rides. Not only are they the lightest carbon cranks offered by RaceFace , but provide the ultimate performance with only minimal weight. Through utilizing their proprietary hollow arm technology with cinch interface, riders can easily swap spiders and chainrings to adapt to all relevant frame standards available today. 

RaceFace Next SL Crank

RaceFace Next R

RaceFace Next R CranksNew to the RaceFace crank family, the Next R incorporates SixC design elements to create the ultimate enduro crankset. Light and strong for the toughest of terrain, the Next R was crafted with EWS racers in mind. Additionally, the Cinch interface makes it especially easy to switch out chainrings and spiders from RaceFace and several other manufacturers. When looking for the one crank to do it all, the Next R is tough to beat!

RaceFace Next R Cranks

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December 14, 2017

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