The EC90 SL crank brings the versatility of the Cinch chainring interface to road cranks in a very light weight package. Bringing Easton’s carbon knowledge and Race Face’s chainring technology together is going to be a win for us riders every times. The EC90 Carbon brings stiffness and weight savings -- the crankset without rings weighs 356g -- to every frame from Cyclocross to road racing and touring.
Quick Discussion About Weight and Price
One of the most impressive things about the Easton EC90 SL Crankset really is it’s price to weight ratio. Comparing the EC90 to the THM M3 Clavicula shows that the M3 come in at 550g with Praxis’ Buzz 52/36T chainrings for $1,008 USD. The EC90 with Easton’s rings come in at 596g for $475 USD. That’s right, 46 gram difference and less than half the price. Obviously for our customers where weight is the absolute priority we’ll spec the THM Clavicula SE. For everyone else we’d like to offer you a well priced, lightweight crank that has unmatched versatility in stock chainring options. Welcome to the Easton EC90 SL crank.
Cinch Chainring Interface
Cinch technology first came to us through Race Face's Next SL cranks in 2014 and we quickly put it’s versatility to use in two fat bike builds and have loved using it ever since on mountain bikes. Now that the Cinch platform is out for road and cyclocross bikes you can quickly configure your next bike for single chainrings for double rings quickly with no weight penalty. This makes Cinch the perfect platform for very wide variety of riding conditions. The Cinch Direct Mount Chainrings come in 38-52T Narrow / Wide single rings and three different double configurations.
|Weight, Arms Only (172.5)||356 grams|
|Weight, 1x (172.5, 40t)||445 grams|
|Weight, 2x (172.5, 52/36t)||596 grams|
|Spindle Diameter||30 mm|
|Chainline||2x 43.5mm / 2x Disc 46mm / 1x 47mm|
|BB Options||BB86, BSA 68mm, PF30 68mm, BB30 68mm, BBright, 386Evo|