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Easton Aero Rear Road Wheel

ITEM NUMBER: 365 EASRR4
PRICE POINT:
$89.98
MSRP:
$200.00
 
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Easton Aero Rear Road Wheel

Oftentimes the wind is a cyclist's worst enemy. Riding into a strong headwind can make you feel like you're pedaling squares. Easton developed the Aero wheel to combat this problem. Featuring a low profile and bladed spokes, these wheels will keep you upright and at the head of the pack even during the strongest crosswinds. These wheels are made out of aluminum for fantastic stopping power and durability.

  • Semi aero 24mm deep rim
  • Weight: 1060 grams
  • Material: Aluminum
  • 24 Spokes

Make a set out of 'em! Check out the matching Easton Aero front wheel here.

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Wheel Size

700c

Finish

Black

Weight

1060g

Rim Type

Clincher

Rim Material

Alloy

Spokes

Bladed Silver

Brake Type

Rim

Spoke Pattern

24, Radial

Front Axle Size

130mm quick release

Bearing Type

Cartridge

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Q: Do these have an 11spd Hub body or only 8,9,10?

A: This wheel is not 11 speed compatible.


Q: Will this hub fit Shimano 10 speed cassette?

A: Yes, Shimano 10 speed or less cassettes will work on this hub.


   
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great value, look sharp - Jun 18, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
MADISON HEIGHTS, VA

At $100, I said why not. At 100 mi., well pleased. Accelerate well, don't have to shift as much, very stable on washboard backroads, track solidly, stop well, very quiet, no problems. My next set will definitely be Eastons

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Exceptionally Crappy Wheels - Jun 12, 2014

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1 out of 5 stars
CHICAGO, IL

Normally, Easton make a great product. I've ridden and raced on Easton handlebars, stems, seatposts, forks, and wheels (road, CX, XC). Then I got a pair of these. Let me say that this is Easton's most singularly terrible product. And I'm a total Easton fan-boy. They're heavy, terrible in cross-winds, and the spokes break when you think too loud. I started with them being training hoops on my regular road bike. But then I broke a spoke and had to walk several miles until I could get cell reception for a pick-up (that was fun). After getting the spoke fixed, I relegated them to CX duty on my SS bike. At their second race, my massive Sufferlandrian thighs broke one spoke and tore another out of the nipple in a climb. That wasn't so bad, because the mob fed me beer and bacon as I shouldered the bike to the finish line. After getting the bike completely re-laced with round spokes and brass nipples, these wheels have been totally demoted to commuting duty, which they've handled with aplomb. So, if you're going to buy these, put some money aside to get them rebuilt with spokes that don't totally suck.

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