By bonding a lightweight aluminum crown and steer tube section to carbon blades, Easton delivers a road-smoothing ride for the cyclist looking to upgrade to Easton quality and performance without breaking the bank.
Hi! I just bought a brand new Easton EC70 carbon fork and i thot i had measured right but of all things i was off by 1/8 inch. :mad2: So my old fork had a 1" steerer tube diameter and my new one is just over and inch. Is there anything i can do to fix this or is that just the way it has to be? Any ... Read More »
Does anyone know anything about these wheels that Easton announced back in October at Interbike? I can't find anyting on Easton's website and I was wondering if they are even available yet. I'd like to see how they compare to Flashpoints FP40 and other carbon clinchers costing around $1200.
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Still on my quest to learn about bars, and the specs in the Performance sale info (reach 78, drop 152) look like it would work well for me. No reviews posted on this bar yet; anyone here using it, and have feedback on stiffness, overall shape?Read More »
has anybody used this? aside from the flat top, how does it compare with the ec90 equipe in terms of stiffness?
WARNING!!! please don't turn this into an anotimic bend vs. traditional curved drop section. we are above such schoolyard oneupsmanship tantrums
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with 1 1/8 alloy steerer tube for $95.96 at Sierra Trading Post until 4/11. I think it's a good deal...is it?
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