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March 21st, 2006

PEZ-Clusive Test: BMC SLC01

Abstract:
Although they didn’t invent ‘carbon nanotube technology’, Easton’s own Carbon Nanotube Technology (CNT) was introduced in late 2004 and fit the bill as material of choice. Going to a full carbon-fibre frame (losing the aluminum lugs from before) was the route – not just because full carbon frames are ‘de regeure’ these days, but also because Easton’s CNT made perfect sense to address the weight, ride quality, and strength levels they wanted.

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