eecycle Works eebrake Pro Review

Brakes

eecycle Works eebrake Pro ReviewBy Twain Mein

  • Cost: $519 MSRP (without brake pads)
  • Unique industrial design
  • Exclusiveness; different
  • Excellent performance
  • Made in the USA
  • Light weight: 162 grams (pair) without pads; 182 grams with Dura Ace pads
  • Very easy to change out brake pads (for those that have alloy trainers and carbon racers)
  • Adjustable reach to fit many bikes

This is a review of Craig Edward’s latest creation, the eebrake. Craig was originally known for his “Sweet Wings” cranks that came out during the early ’90’s. They were superlight cro-mo cranks that featured an integrated bottom bracket design that has since been copied (incidentally, he is also working on a new and lighter crank due later this year). In any case, his manufacturing and design talent can now be found in these stunning new brakes.

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About the author: Twain Mein

Twain Mein is fascinated with the technology and gear aspect of cycling, and is a longtime product reviewer. Twain has been doing triathlons since 1987 and has been ranked in the Top 50 U.S. National Age Group on numerous occasions.


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Comments:

  • Anonymous says:

    Editor’s note: these brakes are also available in a black finish. The black finish might be more complimentary on the black carbon bike.

  • Anonymous says:

    I’ve seen these, and they’re beautifully ornate and simple at the same time. I love the aesthetics, and they’re small and light. I’d definitely consider replacing my Zero G’s with these, especially with the quick pad installation.

  • Anonymous says:

    Why were KCNC’s CB1 Road Brakes left off the comparison list? At $330 MSRP per set and only 168 grams complete with pads, they’re a steal for the money, look and work great and are far easier to install and maintain than Zero Gravity’s.

  • Anonymous says:

    Thanks for pointing this out; I didn’t know much about the KCNCs.
    That weight is very impressive; same with the price point.
    There are also Feather brakes which are about 200 grams and $400.

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