Easton EC70 SL Handlebar

Easton EC70 SL Handlebar
Easton EC70 SL Handlebar
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EC70 SL Handlebar by Easton
Easton's EC70 SL Handlebar is the middle-ground race bar that does it all. Its 220g claimed weight situates it squarely between the EC70 Aero (255g) and the EC90 SLX (195g) without compromising on stiffness or palm real estate. It's ergo (but not too ergo) and compact (but not too compact). The graphics also stay neutral, maintaining a subdued look that matches every imaginable combination of frame, tape, and tires. Compatible for the Di2, this handlebar uses Taperwall tech to maintain stiffness while reducing weight, and Intelligent Flexibility for added vibration dampening comfort.

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