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PEZ Cycling News | Bang For The Buck Carbon Fiber

PEZ Cycling News | Bang For The Buck Carbon Fiber

e11even's Carbon Wheelsets were featured in PEZ Cycling News. Read the product review below or visit the site. It’s probably fair to say that most riders who don’t already have carbon fiber wheels lust for them. Who wouldn’t want to have the latest, greatest, fastest, and lightest wheels that the pros ride? But carbon fiber wheels cost $$$$. For the various “name brand” carbon fiber wheels, it’s easy to spend $2,000+ for a pair of wheels. But that kind of money isn’t always within everyone’s budgetary reach (or spousal approval limit). So if you’re in search of carbon fiber wheels that won’t break the...

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Slow Guy on the Fast Ride | e11even M1X10 Mountain Bike Review

Slow Guy on the Fast Ride | e11even M1X10 Mountain Bike Review

e11even's M1x10 mountain bike were featured in Slow Guy on the Fast Ride. Read the product review below or visit the site.   The E11EVEN M1x10 mountain bike costs just $639 and is clearly intended as a tool for new mountain bikers. The price is right for sure. And it comes with more than just the basics, including some powerful hydraulic disc brakes and a suspension fork. The question is, can the M1x10 grow with you as a mountain biker? We tested the M1x10 on our home trails and on the rugged terrain in Moab, Utah to find out. Ultimately, our Dawn Patrol MTB (SGFR’s sister publication,...

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The Sweet Cyclists | The Budget Friendly Fitness Bike

The Sweet Cyclists | The Budget Friendly Fitness Bike

e11even's Fitness Bike was featured in The Sweet Cyclists. Read the product review below or visit the site.   The E11even Fitness bike is a budget friendly bike that is designed to make fitness fun. At only $599.99 it’s a budget friendly bike that is perfect for commuting or exploring local roads and trails. Despite the low price,E11even has incorporated a semi-hydroformed aluminum frame, disc brakes and 700x35c tires into the Fitness bike. The bike also features a 3×8 L-Twoo A3 drivetrain which uses a triple crankset upfront and an 8-speed cassette on the rear to allow the bike to climb easily...

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