Similar to a game of Limbo, Easton Cycling asked themselves, how low can you go. The answer was 110 grams low. Easton did not just set out to create the lightest stem in the world; they decided to make the lightest stem that could withst...
Looking for feedback from current owners of these wheels. I like the profile (38mm) and would be running them for everyday training with Campy SR11. Thoughts and feedback appreciated. Thank you.Read More »
I am about to purchase a new set of wheels and these 2 are the ones i have been looking at. I am having a hard time deciding. Reviews would be nice, and if there are other wheels comparable that are worth taking a look at, please let me know.
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Showed up today. Took them around the block just now. Will get a few hours on them tomorrow. I'll be very interested to see how they do. If my spin around the block is any indication, i expect to orgasm a few times on the ride tomorrow morning. :D :D
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I am thinking about getting a new set of Easton's EC90 SL Carbon Clinchers.
I know that this is a relatively new product from Easton. However, does anyone have some good information regarding these wheels that they can pass on to me and anyone else that is considering these wheels?
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I am concidering these two bars. Any advise on one versus the other? Easton is the big name in carbon, but Kestrel has been doing it quite a while as well. Does anyone have good or bad things to say about either one? thanks ...Read More »