Join Date: Apr 2008
Bikes: Cervelo RS, Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Pro, Schwinn Typhoon, Nashbar touring, custom steel MTB
I have a set of Easton EA90 SL wheels. Been riding on them for a little over a year (4500mi?). When I got them I was around 200lbs, now down to 165-170. I ride on quite a few rough roads, have slammed them into potholes at full speed, and generally treat them like cheap replaceable wheels (which they are: I got a smokin' deal on them). I've adjusted the preload on each hub once. Checked them for true a couple of times, but so far they're just as solid as the day I bought them. Easton doesn't have weight limits on any of their wheels, BTW.
I would expect the EA70s to be just as solid as my EA90s, just a little bit heavier.