Weight weenies rejoice.
Most ultra-light handlebars achieve their low weights by using less material, either by shortening the tails of the drops or by using thinner walls. This makes for an uncomfortable, flexible and potentially dangerous handlebar. Easton has plenty of experience in making high quality, lightweight carbon components for the cycling market. Representing nearly 20 years of their manufacturing heritage, the Easton E100 handlebar strikes the perfect balance between stiffness and flexibility in the lightest package they've ever made.
Featuring the same Maximum Contact Drop (MCD) shape as their other premium road bars, the drops feature long tails and a slight 5º flair for plenty of wrist clearance, providing optimal palm-to-drop contact for a secure grip. The E100 bars meet the same impact testing standards and rigorous fatigue tests as Easton’s other handlebars, but does so as the lightest road bar they’ve ever created.
- Claimed weight: 178 grams (42cm).
- Reach: 80mm.
- Drop: 125mm.
- Width: 40-, 42- or 44cm (center-to-center).
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i like the shape of this bar. smooth transition from tops to hoods.
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