Wonder if this is why there are still no signs of the G4 hub going on sale
Or Quarq thought that Powertap were the future?
No idea. But it means they've got options in the PM world now.
I need to get one of my old Powertap hubs built onto something for Oz. Just not sure what. Given the amount of use it will get, probably something cheap and durable in 32h. Oh, brainwave, I could use the 65mm Light Bicycle carbon rim that gave me all that grief.
Other half needs 165mm cranks.
Bike has a Praxis GXP adapter with Rival 22 crankset and a SRAM Stages GXP.
Rides SPD pedals.
A few options;
The Quarq allu seems a no brainer but it's just a bit weighty. Not sure the Red is worth £200 to save 200g. Have I missed anything? Can't do pedals, can't do hub (rides multiple wheelsets).
1 and 2 aren't real options in my world. Component weight is of almost zero consequence unless they're planning on spending the majority of the time racing up steep climbs.
Long shot, but...
I've got a Quarq DZero with 170mm alloy BB30 crankarms. Does anyone have any other 170mm crank arms for it? The fitting for the spider 8 bolt, rather than the regular SRAM 3 bolt. BB30+ or GXP would be absolutely perfect. Alloy or Carbon, whatever.
Otherwise, does anyone want to buy a 0km ridden, unfitted, but fiddled with crankset? Comes with box, all the spacers and everything as described above. £375?
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