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Easton
EC90SL Crankarms

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MSRP $399.99
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Armed and ready.

The EC90SL Crankarms combine Easton's cutting-edge carbon technology and Race Face's tried-and-true Cinch direct-mount system to make them a top-performer for road, gravel, or cyclocross use. Hollow carbon construction makes these arms extremely lightweight, and the Cinch design means you can easily swap out 1x chainrings or run a double setup with a removable spider.


Details:

  • Compatible with Easton Cinch chainrings (not included)
  • 30 mm spindle
  • 149 mm Q-factor
  • Hollow EC90SL crank construction
  • Claimed weight is 442 g (172.5 mm w/ 40T chainring)
  • Bottom bracket not included
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