The ENO Freewheel is the go-to option for high performance single speed applications. Commonplace on cyclocross bikes, MTB's and down and dirty commuters, the ENO uses a top quality sealed cartridge bearing that keeps out mud, dust and grime better traditional loose ball freewheels. This also means that the bearing is easily replaced when worn, so the ENO outlives disposable freewheels by years and thousands of miles.
A precision machined inner driver and outer gear case eliminate tight and loose spots associated with lower quality freewheels. Finally, a 36 tooth engagement system and a case hardened, electroless nickel plated outer gear case provide instant power transfer to the pedals, outstanding protection from the elements, and jaw dropping looks.
The White Industries ENO Freewheel is available in 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21T sizes. 177 grams. Silver with Blue Anodizing (16T) or Red Anodizing (17-22T). Standard 1.37 x 24 tpi threading. For use with 3/32" chains. Made in the USA.
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Cassette Type: Freewheels/ Fixed Cogs
Drivetrain Speed: Singlespeed/Fixed Gear
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This is a great product. For those of us who want to save our knees and not ride fixed, but also want a bike that performs, this is the freewheel to use. It is serious hardware - well made, super durable.
I got this freewheel to put on my Critical Cycles single speed daily driver....the freewheel works great and the quality is top notch....an added bonus is the easy replacement of the sealed bearings, if an when that is ever needed....I have put approximately 500 miles on this freewheel so far and highly recommend it to anyone that is looking to upgrade or replace their freewheel.
Single speed commuter and single speed cyclocross. I clean and lubricate regularly. After a few thousand k, the pawls start slipping. This can be a bit hairy if your standing going uphill in traffic. Then finally they slip more and more until you cannot ride. They are nice but I would not use the term bombproof durability. I've had tubulars last longer. Probably what I'll do is save these for racing and then go fixed for commuting.
This is a case fo you get what you pay for- yes the White freewheels are expensive, but I have several and have never had one fail or even get noisy (like some of the cheaper bmx types do). Kudos to cyclocross.com too- nice site and service.
I have two of these, a 17 and 18 for my single speed commuter. Have been using these since September of 2012. The OEM freewheel died after six weeks of 26 mile days. I needed a solution and found one from White Industries... Note The removal tools from Park or White Industries are a must, just remember to use the axle nut to hold it in place.
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