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Easton EC90 AERO Road Handlebar

Easton
EC90 AERO Road Handlebar

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Room for aero.

Step aside drag, Easton's EC90 Aero Handlebars are coming through. Their winged top section with internal cable routing cleans up the front end of your bike for an extra slippery look, and it also provides a comfy hand position for seated climbing. Down below, flared drops give your wrists extra room when you're wrenching on the bike during the finishing sprint, and of course, Easton's proven EC90 carbon keeps this bar light and stiff just the way you want it.

Matte carbon finish. Internal cable routing. Width is measured center-to-center at the hoods. 80 mm reach. 125 mm drop. Claimed weight is 230 g (42 cm).

 

Handlebar Style: Drop Bars 

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