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Easton EA90 Aero Wheel - Clincher $0.00
Low aerodynamic drag.
Dress your road racer up in drag ... low-drag that is.The Easton EA90 Clincher Aero Wheel works the tarmac with a wind-cheating, G4 28-millimeter-deep front rim and a pothole-skipping G4 31-millimeter-deep rear rim. Combined with tough, straight-pull spokes and smooth-spinning hubs, the EA90s will outlast compromised ultra-light race wheels—yet still hold their own on at a weekend race.
- Hand laced and acoustically tuned in-house for guaranteed roundness and perfect tension for a tough, long-lasting wheelset
- Smooth-spinning sealed-cartridge bearings ensure long-term reliability and performance
- Gen-4 rims use Easton’s exclusive EA6X alloy for thinner walls to save weight
- Machined brake track provides smooth, consistent, and powerful braking
- Flex-free straight-pull butted Sapim spokes directly transfer energy
Reviews & Community
Is there a weight limit on these wheels?...
Is there a weight limit on these wheels? Im a big buy and am trying to find the right wheel for myself without having to go to motorcycle wheels... LOL!
I believe that after 2008 Easton hasn't produced a wheel with a set weight limit. If you check out their videos on YouTube you'll see the extensive testing they do and I'm pretty sure you could put them on a truck and drive them... Ok, that might be an exaggeration but they are pretty brutal.
Is this a wheelset and compatible with...
Is this a wheelset and compatible with 11 speed ?
Not 11-speed compatible due to the 10- speed freehub and dish of the wheel. :(
Is this a wheelset or just the rear...
Is this a wheelset or just the rear wheel?
Just the rear.....
Is the SRAM compatible with Durac-Ace 7800...
Is the SRAM compatible with Durac-Ace 7800 cassette?
Yes it is :)
I want more!
I always wondered Easton wheels. Then, i bought the EA90 Aeros.
I like the deep dish rims with the spoke pairing. They roll great here in SW Missouri over rollers and out in the flats. The bearings are smooth and the hubs are beyond stealth silent.
I am not small for a cyclist...6'2" around 205lbs. These babies do not flex, even when standing. As well, they feel solid tracking through fast corners and bends.
These wheels take me over rough roads, chip and seal, smoothly and with aplomb. They arent carbon, but i dont care.
So far, so good.