Easton EC90 Carbon Seatpost
Easton EC90 Carbon Seatpost
Easton EC90 Seatpost
Classified as the lightest seatposts in the Easton line, this version uses its full carbon fibre construction to give you a superb strength to weight ratio. This seatpost is perfect for clocking up the miles, as you won't have to worry about adding unnecessary weight to your bike. Another highlight is this version features a micro-adjustable carbon clamp, which means that you'll be able to enjoy a its rider-tuned feel and comfortable positioning. The EC90 utilizes full carbon fiber construction (including the upper and lower clamping plates). And, of course, this thing is plenty strong too. By incorporating RAD Relief-Area Design and TaperWall technology, the EC90 has been intelligently designed to distribute stress along the length of the post. We also remove material in critical clamp zones to prevent pinching the carbon (which can sacrifice durability). Material: EC90 Carbon. Finish: Matte UD Carbon. Length: 350mm. RAD Relief-Area Design. TaperWall Technology. Micro-Adjusting Carbon Clamp. Head Offset: 20mm. Weight: 200g (31.6mm).
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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/.