EC90 Carbon Stem Easton didn’t set outTo makeThe lightest stem inThe world. No,They set outTo makeThe lightest stem inThe worldThatTheyd feel good about you riding on or off road in any ‘normal’ circumstance.The new EC 90 SL stem weighs just 110-grams inThe 100mm lengthThanksToTheir exclusiveTaperWallTechnology and aTouch ofTitanium hardware. BecauseThey wantedTo be sureThe EC90 would never leave you wanting more when it cameTo handling or durability,They usedTheir proprietary
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I need to buy a new seatpost for my 29er. The two finalist are Easton and KCNC. I'm 135LBs and do regular trail run. No jumping. Which one should I get ?
I did some digging and found that peoples are complaining regarding the clamp in the EC90 and carbon post are more troublesome. KCNC is light ... Read More »
I've narrowed down my new wheelset choice to these two companies.
Does anyone have any experience with these wheels?
So far, this is what I have learned, from posts.
Easton Hubs are not durable, customer service is not the best, turn around times are lengthy.
Easton Carbons are UST certi ... Read More »
Has anyone ridden either of these wheels? For the Envy Twenty6 xc, I would be going with the DT 240s. Have had these hubs on my Titus for over 7 years, and they are bulletproof!
I've heard many reviewers, venting about consistent problems with the Easton Hubs, which makes me a bit hesitant. Th ... Read More »