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Eecycleworks Eebrakes

Ultralight stoppers with no compromises

Who says you can’t have it

Instead of the dual pivot, single pivot or cam-enhanced single

Stiffness is a clear priority. Although there are five pivots per

Add in some titanium hardware, laser-etched graphics, ingenious tool-free

Reign it in

Pull the brake lever and the caliper linkage quickly brings the pads to

Even in dicey situations like fast, decreasing-radius downhill corners

Power is one thing but control is another entirely and thankfully the Eebrake excels here as well, with precise modulation, thanks at least in part to

In spite of the multitude of pivots, our test pair was quiet, with nary a squeak, rattle or buzz to speak of. 

Hold your horses

Installation is somewhat tricky and it is here that Craig Edwards’

That may be so, but the eccentric design needlessly complicates

Housing length is critical for smooth operation and it’s important to

Our test pair arrived with low-force main springs designed to provide a particularly light feel. These worked well on the front brake but the rear’s extra housing and

Newer models come with a stronger spring that provides a noticeably

The integrated quick-release lever adds virtually no weight to the

Lastly, these suckers are ungodly expensive, particularly in a time of

A solid ‘A’ for the Ee

If you’ve got the cash and are okay with their angular look, the Eecycleworks Eebrake will reward you with that rare combination of

Riders living in flatter locales will certainly have other viable

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