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With a mix of turquoise, pink, purple and silver, the eeBrakes El TD are a perfect complement to a set of eeWings Tie Dye cranks or stand-alone to add a pop of color to your bike. With the same ultra-lightweight and superior stopping power of the standard eeBrakes, the eeBrakes El TD bring both style and performance to your ride.
Get them while you can. eeBrakes El TD are only available for order from November 9 through November 21, and expect to ship beginning of December 2020
Available only in regular mount sets (front and rear), and direct mount fork/seatstay sets (front and rear)
The eeBrake is the ultimate brake from start to finish – a uniquely robust patented design developed and refined by relentless engineering, both at the computer and through real-life testing. At half the weight than that of its competitors, eeBrakes continue to set new standards by which all other high performance road brakes are judged. The same supreme upgrade for performance-oriented riders, a dramatically higher overall stiffness provides better modulation and more power. No detail has been overlooked, greater tire clearance and tool-less pad centering make installation simple.
Cross Cable Path aligns the brake cable over the center of the brake. This alignment provides a graceful, clean line and moves cables into the “wind shadow” of the frame, providing an aerodynamic advantage over traditional brakes with their cables and lever arms off to one side of the caliper.
The titanium eeBrake cable adjuster pivots as the brake is applied, optimizing cable alignment during brake actuation. Also, the cable housing extends to lower tip of the cable adjustment screw eliminating added friction. That means, as the brake lever is squeezed, you get even and friction-free braking power.
The tool-less adjustability provides super precision and pad motion consistency through the patented Link pad travel proportioning system. No annoying pad rub and constant need to re-center. No more re-adjusting the main fixing bolt after initial installation or using spring tensioning screws to align the brake pads.