Hope Cranks – Behind the Scenes

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If you’ve already seen the launch video of some snowy lakeland shredding on Hope’s new cranks, here’s a bit more background information on their development…

After five years of designing and testing, we’re now ready to manufacture our cranks.  This edit opens all doors to the Hope Cranks and allows you to understand your product a little better.

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Comments (4)

    That etching machine is awesome.

    So, where do I buy some?

    Cranks should be in the shops in a couple of weeks.

    A French? accent with lancashire ‘highlights’ is weirdly moreish to listen to

    Excellent video – interesting topic, well shot, informative, etc. If I didn’t have a virtually new bike I’d be hunting down some new cranks, in black of course…..to go with a matching BB

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