Easton EA70 Ergo Handlebars

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $70.00

Product Description

Easton's proprietary EA 70 alloy tubing. Taperwall design, superior stiffness. 225 gms.

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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by rubenxaus a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: December 7, 2006

Strengths:    Stiff and light, 210 grams for the 40cm C-C size. The bends makes me able to reach the shifting leavers while on the drop (with proper settings of course), so you can jump to heavier gears in an attack without getting back into the saddle.

Weaknesses:    May be a bit tricky for those with bigger hands. And if you use Campy, nowhere to route your shifting cables.

Bottom Line:   
Fits me pretty well. But now that's personal.

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Favorite Ride:   mountain routes in Taiwan

Price Paid:    $31.00

Purchased At:   tw.bid.yahoo

Similar Products Used:   Bontrager RACE cyclocross (25.4).

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How do Easton EA70 Ergo bars rate?

Found some good holiday pricing in town with a great return policy if the bars and I don't get along. $35 out the door. In terms of weight and stiffness does Easton do a good job or is money better spent on the likes of Ritchey or 3T? Whoops, may have posted in wrong forum. Apologies.Read More »

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