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Easton EC70 Aero Handlebar

$249.95

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  • Matte Carbon, 40cm
    $249.95
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    $249.95
  • Matte Carbon, 44cm
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EC70 Aero Handlebar

Easton's EC70 Aero Handlebars are sprint-specialized, canyon-crushing, leverage-lending beauties built by angels in heaven, really. Easton CNT Composite infused with TaperWall Technology makes the EC70’s light enough to grace the machines of the fastest riders on the planet, and stiff enough to impress heroes of the afterlife.

  • Comfortable, lightweight, and aerodynamic road bars
  • TaperWall technology cheats the wind while staying comfortable
  • EC70 carbon is feather-light and incredibly stiff
  • Item #EAS0140

Material
EC70 carbon fiber
Diameter
31.8 mm
Drop
125 mm
Reach
80 mm
Width
40 cm, 42 cm, 44 cm
Claimed Weight
[42cm] 255 g
Recommended Use
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 5

stiff, aero, & comfy

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This bar is just great. I now have ~7500 miles on this thing and I am very satisfied. The tops are super comfy for my palms or forearms when in aero position. The drops have a great bend and feel great at every angle. This bar is also ultra stiff and has actually made a pretty big difference for my sprints.

>Rating: 4

Just right

These are a great mid level semi areo bar. Nice to keep the cables out of the way. Not too difficult to route through them.

>Rating: 5

So far so good

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

The drop and reach work really well for me and after having owned a few diff aero bars you can tell who has attention to detail by looking at the internal cables holes. Easton did great here as the entrance/exit holes are large and well finished.

Brandon, do you have an update on this handlebar? I'm considering it myself.

>Rating:

Anyone know if Easton worked out the problem of the resin inside blocking the use of the Shimano Di2 Bar End Junction Box? I seem to recall people had issues a few years ago getting a cable all the way to the end of the drops.

>Rating:

Are these handlebars compatable with Shimano Hydro shifters/brakes?