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EC90 SL Crank

The road and cyclocross cranksets market has been dominated by industry giants playing a game of small incremental improvements, this is an ecosystem ready for disruption



EC90 SL Crank

The road and cyclocross cranksets market has been dominated by industry giants playing a game of small incremental improvements, this is an ecosystem ready for disruption

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Why Cranks?

Our sister company, Race Face is steeped in mountain bike history, it has been cutting its teeth as the pioneer of the Cinch crank system and manufacturer of the highly successful and lightest production mountain bike crankset on earth, the Next SL. Easton Cycling is a product driven company that has won the yellow jersey at the Tour de France and the multiple World Championships, Easton has a history of producing the fastest road and cyclocross components available. Now, with the brands cross-pollinating and sharing technology secrets, the building blocks are in place to create a product that would force the evolution of the road and CX crankset.
Why Cranks?
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• Hollow Carbon arms made in Canada with American sourced carbon

• Cinch System with a road specific 30mm spindle

• Standard road 149mm Q-Factor and compatibility
with every major road BB standard

• 1x Direct Mount Chainring options for Adventure Road and Cyclocross

• 2x Shifting Ring options for Road, Cyclocross, Adventure Road and Triathlon

• New CINCH Power Meter Spindle available to upgrade your crankset with power

Cinch Explained

The EC90SL Crank features our game-changing Cinch System. The Cinch system allows the crankset to quickly adapt between various ring sizes, or even convert between single and double ring configuration. Using the Cinch system makes switching rings a quick process requiring only undoing the crank bolt and Cinch lock ring. Racers without a pro mechanic can ride a course or plan their weekend adventure and easily adjust their gearing accordingly.
Cinch Explained

An All New Tooth Profile

We developed a new Narrow/Wide tooth profile to optimize chain retention, reduce running noise and friction for this specific application. A reduction in friction results in an increase in drivetrain efficiency insuring more of the riders power is transferred from the pedals to the ground.
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An All New Tooth Profile

The Last Piece of the Puzzle

Bottom Brackets are an essential part of the bicycle that is often overlooked and forgotten, but we saw the BB as another opportunity for performance gains and improved efficiency. Typically with any bearing there is a trade-off between protecting the bearing internals for longevity and bearing seal drag which impact efficiency. For our new BB we have developed a seal that achieves a very low level of seal drag while still retaining excellent protection qualities.
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The Last Piece of the Puzzle

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