61% off Easton EC90 SLX3 Pro Ergo Carbon Handlebar
Wednesday, March 18, 2020 - 11:31
Easton’s EC90 Carbon bar is a stiff and lightweight upgrade at a great price.
Carbon bars are one of the more subtle ways to upgrade your bike.
They rarely offer a significant weight saving, but they can dramatically improve comfort over a harsh aluminium bar. Here, you get both with this bar coming in at just 169g for the 40cm size.
Speaking of width, CRC is measuring this bar at the drops. The measurement at the hood clamp area will be around 1cm narrower than the width advertised. For example, the 40cm bar will come with around a 39cm width at the hoods.
The drops are quite shallow at just 130mm and the reach is nice and compact too at just 75mm.
Stiffness is also very good, though Easton has also included their Intelligent Flexibility technology that aims to reduce shocks.
Easton EC90 SLX3 Pro Ergo Carbon Handlebar
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Easton has been dedicated to sport since 1922. When Jim Easton took the step into cycling components after the 1984 Summer Olympics, it was clear the purpose. Easton Cycling was founded for one reason—to make cycling better. Since 1984 everything we do is based around the idea that innovation could vastly improve a rider’s experience. Through our mix of advanced materials and clever proprietary designs we’re able to make your bicycle ride smoother, go faster and last longer.
The CRC journey began in 1984 as a small family business in Northern Ireland, serving and supporting local cyclists. It’s been an incredible ride so far, with the company growing to a collective of over 450 cyclists, swimmers, runners and passionate professionals supporting a global community of cycle and multisport athletes.
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