EE Cycleworks Update

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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by bricky21

We need to put a bet together on which is made available first. EE crank or the Zipp SL speed stem :mrgreen:

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by excremanwu

I just think it looks classic

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by x43x

Glad I got my anodized brakes when I did.

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by elSid

"high hundreds" for an alloy crank - that is if it ever reaches production?

Good luck to them.

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Lol, who in their right minds would pay high hundreds for an alloy crank?! :lol:
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by kevinkalis

CAADHEAD wrote:Lol, who in their right minds would pay high hundreds for an alloy crank?! :lol:


The Hollowgram SI SL is gorgeous compared to the EE Crank. It also has the added benefit of not being vaporware.
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by excremanwu

I hate Hollowgram SI SL.....
why no bsa version?!

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by Ufgators

excremanwu wrote:I hate Hollowgram SI SL.....
why no bsa version?!


may I ask why you hate the hollowgram?

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Because he doesn't have them and his frame isn't BB30 :lol:
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.....or because they don't look that great? :noidea:

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Looks can be very deceptive 8)
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The silver EE cranks shown are bare aluminum and without a finish, so it's not a good representation. In any case, I'm getting a pair in black. :D
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by topflightpro

The look better in black than in silver. Still, I'm not a big fan of their appearance.

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by anderz

I'll have a set in black as well. I've been eagerly awaiting the release of these! And for looks: Well, most said the same about the brakes but seeing them in real life and using them totally blew me away.

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