Easton EA70 Seatposts

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $90.00


Product Description

The EA70 is Easton's top aluminum seatpost boasting an outstanding strength-to-weight ratio at a fraction of the price of its carbon brethren. Unlike the Zero version this model features a 12mm setback for a more traditional saddle position. Though their EA70 aluminum starts off plenty light Easton is able to bring the weight down even more using Taperwall technology a process which removes excess material without sacrificing durability. The forged head and two bolt clamp provide easy adjustment additional weight savings and plenty of clearance.


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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by patunnar a Triathlete

Date Reviewed: October 31, 2010

Strengths:    +Tough
+True
+Reliable


Weaknesses:    +Not snappy
+Heavy
+Hubs roll like a value / training wheel


Bottom Line:   
Good training wheels. Tough, true, reliable and very safe. Over 20,000 miles without being trued and I've hit everything on the road. They track well and brake with consistent quality in all conditions. Just wish they had better aero or better hubs.

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Favorite Ride:   Great Falls Loop

Purchased At:   Michigan Bike Sport

Similar Products Used:   FP60, Shimano RS220, Mavic

Bike Setup:   Cervelo R3



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First Tubular Cross Wheelset - '11 Hed Ardennes CL vs. '12 Easton EA70 X

Just getting into cross after years of mtn bike racing and have been researching tubular wheelsets as I hear they are the best in terms of weight, handling etc. for cross. Unfortunately, I am on a budget and cannot go with carbon right out of the gate. I've found a set of used 2011 Hed Ardennes CL ... Read More »

2011 Easton EA70 road bars FYI

Just purchased a set of these. Wrapped and went for a ride, something just didn't feel right. They are a 44cm bar measured CC at the bottom but they flare inward at the tops where the hoods are and measure out to a 41cm! This coupled with the large radius transition from the hooks to the tops makes ... Read More »

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