- Easton EA50 Aero Clincher Rear Wheel
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Easton EA50 Aero Clincher Rear Wheel
An update to our most popular wheel; the EA50 Aero now features a slippery 30mm aluminium rim, widely bladed stainless steel spokes and a completely revised (and red) hubset.
Top Features of the Easton EA50 Aero Clincher Rear Wheel
- Finish: red hubs, black spokes and rim
- Wheelset weight: 1785gr
- Type: clincher
- Wheel size: 700c
- Rim material: sleeved EA50 alloy
- Rim depth: 30mm
- Internal rim width: 13mm
- External rim width: 19mm
- Spokes: J-bend, bladed, black
- Rear spoke pattern: 24, radial NDS, 2-cross DS
- Braking surface: machined aluminium
- Rear hub type: V1
- Bearing Type: cartridge
|Wheel Size:||700c (622)|
Because each EA50 wheelset is 100% hand laced and trued, they’re certain to last through any number of epic training missions and are even a perfect partner for loaded touring or cyclo-cross rides.
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I've heard good things about the Fulcrums, I'd go for those. I'm actually considering a pr to replace my EA50's.
Mavic: hard to get spokes for and I've had a Mavic hub fall apart on me. But you see plenty in use, just not on my bike.
I now ride Mavic Kysrium SLs and so far so good.
Tyre choice is a personal preference and is hard to advise on.
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