|Made it up to 800 meters before the snowy road made me walk|
|This trail connects to the area where I was snowshoeing the other day.|
|Snow-covered slopes above- will have to MTB up there this Spring|
Note: the non-driveside Ultra-torque bearing does not contact the crank arm rubber seal as Campy states. The first time I installed the bearing I continued tapping until it contacted the rubber seal, but the taper of the axle made the bearing very hard to turn. I took a flat 10 km test ride and didn't detect increased resistance but the added force needed to turn the crank might make a difference on a very long ride or steep climb. I pulled the crank arm back off and removed the bearing with Park puller. The bearing felt fine after removal so I reinstalled it. This time I didn't tap it down all they way till touching the rubber seal: left about a 1/16" gap. The bearing turns smoothly and easily. On my climb today it worked great. So mind the gap!!