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CONTEST! Win A Pair of ROTOR Carbon Aldhu Cranks!

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Lighter, stiffer, and fully modular…what’s not to like? ROTOR claims that their carbon Aldhu cranks and rings, in the 172mm, 52/36 combo weigh in at 523g! Combined with INspider power meter, it’s the winning combo for Qhubeka Assos in multiple stages of the Giro.

ROTOR’s lightest crank ever, the arms alone are just 260g! Not only that, but their modular construction let you mix and match chainrings, arms, or even add their INspider power meter easily, all while customizing the rotation of their ovals to maximize your power output!.

So, if you want to win a set of ROTOR Aldhu cranks with chainrings (retail value $675) and get faster, just answer these four multiple-choice questions and provide a valid email address and you’re entered to win!

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SURVEY CONTEST RULES: By submitting your response, you agree to these rules, terms & conditions: Only one entry per person. Multiple entries from same person will disqualify that person. All participants must provide a valid email address, as that is how Rotor America will contact the winner(s). All entrants’ email addresses may be added to the email newsletter/marketing lists for Bikerumor.com and Rotor America. Any emails sent from either party will contain “unsubscribe” options. Contest closes just before midnight (11:59pm) PST on Saturday, November 13th, 2021. Winner(s) will be selected at random and results are final. Winner(s) will have one week from the date of notification of winning to respond, after which Rotor America and/or Bikerumor.com reserve the right to choose an alternate winner and original winner forfeits all right to any prize(s).

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