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|Easton Haven 35 Riser Carbon Handlebar
Easton's Haven 35 Riser Carbon Handlebar is the all new younger sibling of its market-leading counterpart, the Havoc 35 Carbon. There are some key differences that distinguish the former from the latter, namely that the Haven 35 Carbon offers two options of rise (20 or 40 millimeters), has a more...
|Easton Haven 35 Riser Handlebar
Having solidified its reputation by making things especially, well, solid, Easton has happily embraced the 35mm handlebar standard that's making its move on the cycling world. Boasting greater strength and stiffness, the 35mm standard aligns perfectly with Easton's ethos, and where the two...
|Easton Havoc 35 Direct Mount Stem
The Easton Havoc 35 Direct Mount Stem is truly a three-trickpony. Boasting ridiculous strength (yes, that's EA90 aluminum), unheard-oflight weight (just a hair over 100 grams), and Easton's new, innovative 35mmclamp, the Havoc 35 is going to be showing up on gravity-fed badasses' bikeseverywhere....
|Easton Havoc 35 Handlebar
Easton has been the metalwork master forever. It has been responsible for countless innovations in both materials and design. Well, somebody call somebody; the folks at Easton have done it again. In keeping with the 'bigger is better' theory of handlebar design, they've cranked the clamp size up...
|Easton Havoc Carbon Handlebar
Easton's new Havoc Carbon DH Handlebar is a lot like its alloy sibling, the Havoc Aluminum. Both are monster-wide, at 750mm, and both are built to be scary strong. The scarier thing is that the carbon edition is a whopping 80 grams lighter. While that may not seem like a lot of weight, each gram...
|Easton Havoc Handlebar
Easton's new Havoc DH Handlebar is going to be a good choice for budget minded gravity riders as it won't break the bank, so you're free to spend precious pennies on the stuff that fails more often (say, on broken chains and bent derailleur hangers). And that it's lighter than most DH bars is a...