Tested: Easton Haven Wheelset 11

Vital MTB tests the 2010 Easton Haven trail bike wheelset. At 1650 grams for the set, they are light weight considering their 21mm rim width. Each set his acoustically hand-tensioned by Easton and they come with both 9mm QR and 15mm thru-axle adapter. MSRP is $850 and you can learn more at www.eastonbike.com

Credit: gordo

sspomer 1/14/2010 5:46 AM

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"shred the single track" should have been "shred the GNARRR" loving the review, really well done and kept me interested even though i im not looking for a new wheelset

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Cool wheels and great reveiw. I was shown the harmonic technique four years ago by a master mechanic who taught me wheel building. He said that before accurate tensiometers this was one of the best ways to evenly tension a wheel and he has been in the game a long time. I still use this technique today and find it to be quit accurate although I always double check with a tensiometer.

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Damn spomers photography skills killing it with the video these days. Too bad his guitar playing still sucks though.

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