Here's to new adventures.
Easton's new EA90 SL Gravel adventure ring combos are a refinement of their proven road doubles, where the shifting has been described as â€œcrisp and effortlessâ€ by Thomas McDaniel of BikeRadar. As product managers search for better gear inch options, Easton found the benefits of a super compact gear ratio becoming clear; options in 47/32 for the gravel market, 46/36 a proven cyclocross ratio and a 46/30 wide range adventure combo for long days in the saddle. Engineered for smooth shift transitions, Easton optimized their ring sizes for the application and reduced overlap in materials - these direct mount gravel and CX combos skip the spider to save up to 45 grams while giving you more range to work with.
- Gravel-optimized double crankset featuring direct mount chainrings.
- Material: EA90 Aluminum.
- Chainline: 45mm.
- Ring configurations: 47/32, 46/36, 46/30.
- Claimed weight (without bottom bracket): 194g (47/32), 192g (46/36), 182g (46/30).
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Needed more climbing gearing
I purchased a new Niner RLT9 that came stock with an Easton Cinch carbon crankset, and a 47/32 chainring. Most of my gravel rides have some really steep sections and I was finding that the 32 front 34 rear just wasn't enough. Thankfully Easton makes a range of chainrings so I purchased this 46/30 gravel chainring. This gave me just the extra oomph I needed. Very happy. I also swapped out the stock spindle with an Easton power meter spindle that I'll review in another post.
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