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Review originally posted on BikeRadar.com and originally published in Mountain Biking UK Magazine

The Turbine’s bigger brother can handle any ring combo and a ton of abuse without weighing a ton.

The Atlas uses the same forged and machined construction as its sibling but significantly deeper arms (which are etched with a map of Whistler’s Garbanzo Zone) for seriously stiff, abuse proof performance. The sculpted arms of the spider join directly on to the cranks with a thick web. There are bolt holes for double or even triple rings, and the narrow-wide single ring adds security without any noticeable gear grind.

The non-driveside arm/axle connection and 6mm of spacers makes working round chain devices easy. Current BBs are sound, and while there’s no 30mm axle option, spacer BBs are available.

Silverfish UK Ltd. Units 3a-3c Woodacre Court, Saltash Parkway Industrial Estate, Burraton Road, Saltash, Cornwall, United Kingdom, PL12 6LY
Silverfish UK Ltd. (Registration No. 4075057).

Technical specifications are for guidance only and cannot be guaranteed accurate. All offers are subject to availability and while stocks last. Errors and omissions excepted. Silverfish UK Limited acts as a credit intermediary and only offers credit products for Close Brothers Retail Finance. Its registered office is: Close Brothers Group plc, 10 Crown Place, London EC2A 4FT. Credit is subject to application and status.

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