Damn, I knew the internals for the new Ezra Freecoaster were simple but looking at this video from a German shop, really shows how simple it is!
Bunky over on Free-Coaster.com will have a full write up on this hub in the next few days, so be sure to check that out and hit him up with any questions.
The video bellow also shows how you can convert it from a Freecoaster into a standard Cassette Hub. If this Hub can truly stand up to the abuse, I think we might have the most versatile freecoaster to date here…
As spotted over on Karl Poynter’s Instagram, his long awaited and much anticipated signature Freecoaster from Ezra has arrived in the US and will be out soon. Word on the street is that this new coaster uses a much simpler and lightweight mechanism than the traditional Freecoaster hubs, and is much more similar to a cassette hub internally. Rumor has it that the first run is only 100 hubs, but with a much larger second batch to be released shortly after. Be sure to hit up Ezra for more info on the hub and its official release, as well as Free-Coaster.com where Bunky is sure to have the lowdown on this hub and anything else Freecoaster related!
Karl Poynter’s signature Pivotal Seat from Ezra is out now. Karl put a lot of input into this seat and it’s nice to see some originality with the choice of cover, looks pretty rad without the traditional rubber patch on most pivotals.
“I designed my seat with both functionality and style in mind. I chose the combination of specific materials, stitching, embroidery, embossing, and colors to bring you a product that not only adds comfort, but a lot of style to your ride.”
The seat is out now in both a black and white version, hit up Vien for more photos and pick one up today!
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