Easton EA70 Road Stem
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Easton EA70 Road Stem
All set for fast-paced road bike journeys, the Easton EA70 Road Stem OE gives you a secure hold between your bike's handlebars and its steerer tube.
This stem features a forged alloy construction, which makes it perfect at withstanding all the abuse that comes with clocking up the miles on the road. Easton has also equipped this model with an anodised finish, which gives it an additional layer of protection against corrosion. This makes it perfect for riders who enjoy braving the elements without damaging their gear.
Material: 3D Forged EA70 Alloy.
Diameter: 31.8mm. Easton ICM direct-mount faceplate computer mount compatible.
TopLock Design for easy bar installation.
|EA70 Stem Specification|
As far as I'm aware this product is currently out of stock - however it was originally for sale at Wiggle. Below are their current UK delivery costs:
Standard Delivery (Hermes or Yodel - within 4 working days) FREE for items over £20 and £2.99 for items under £20. Priority 1st Class Delivery (within 2 working days) £3.99. UK Next Day £4.99. UK Bulk Orders (Bikes, Turbo Trainers etc) FREE - Built and despatched in 10 - 12 working days. There may be an extra charge for Highlands and Islands. Full details on Wiggle's P&P charges can be found here.
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Easton Cycling began in 1984, and are principally known for producing ranges of performance finishing kit, such as chainsets, handlebars, stems, seatposts and wheels for Road Cycling and Mountain Biking. The original Easton company started life back in 1922, creating a range of bow and arrows! They diversified into skiing in 1964, and cycling approximately two decades later. Not every range has succeeded however, with their 1986 bike range not translating into sales, and consequently being abandoned 4 years later in 1990. The majority of their more affordable cycling components are produced from alloy, with their more expensive offerings sculpted from lightweight carbon fibre. Their impressive results back up these products, with professional victories in the Tour De France and DH World Championships.
For more information on the rich history of Easton please view http://www.fundinguniverse.com/company-histories/easton-sports-inc-history/, or to view their current ranges https://www.eastoncycling.com/.