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Easton EC70 Aero Handlebar

Easton EC70 Aero Handlebar

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Product Description

With the EC70 Aero, you can simultaneously stay comfortable and reduce drag. 

Thanks to the ergonomic profile and a less radically shaped bend, this handlebar provides more comfort during long days in the saddle. And with Easton's proven Composite TaperWall™ and monocoque construction, the EC70 Aero is nice and light at just 235 grams. Also keep in mind that this handlebar features slightly more reach and drop than the EC90 Aero bar. The EC70 Aero is available in the three most common widths: 40, 42 and 44 centimetres wide.



  • Finish : Matte UD Carbon, Water Transfer Decals
  • Weight : 255g (42cm)
  • Clamp Diameter : 31.8mm
  • Width (cm) : 40, 42, 44
  • Reach : 80mm
  • Drop : 125mm
  • Degree Bend : No
  • Material : EC70 Carbon
  • Rise : No
  • Bend Type : Standard

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Easton EC70 Aero Handlebar Reviews

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5
Great handlebars but beware hose routing
by Andrew C on 18/09/2019

I bought these to minimise road buzz as a primary function but the shape and capacity to route my brake and gear change hoses/cables through the bars was also an attraction. However, having just tried with my Ultegra hydraulic brake hoses, even if you disconnect the hose at the lever and middle joint, the end fixings are too wide to go through the holes in the bars. As far as I can see the only way to achieve this would be to put in freshly cut hose and then make up the lever end with the ferrule and screw in fixing afterwards. This was more effort (and expense) than I was willing to put in. If you have cable brakes then it would be fine. Possibly SRAM of Campag hydraulic brakes might be OK too. They still look fine after wrapping with tape, it's just a little frustrating (as was having to bleed the front brake after taking the hose apart to try).

I bought these to minimise road buzz as a primary function but the shape and capacity to route my brake and gear change hoses/cables through the bars was also an attraction. However, having just tried with my Ultegra hydraulic brake hoses, even if you disconnect the hose at the lever and middle joint, the end fixings are too wide to go through the holes in the bars. As far as I can see the only way to achieve this would be to put in freshly cut hose and then make up the lever end with the ferrule and screw in fixing afterwards. This was more effort (and expense) than I was willing to put in. If you have cable brakes then it would be fine. Possibly SRAM of Campag hydraulic brakes might be OK too. They still look fine after wrapping with tape, it's just a little frustrating (as was having to bleed the front brake after taking the hose apart to try).

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5
5
A Touch of class
by Anonymous user on 09/07/2019

I brought these after a bike fit when the fitter advised I got a wider set of bars. Previously, I was getting pains in my hands and arms. I wanted a flat pair after seeing the Trek Madone which I love. These Easton bars really are quite beautiful to look at and the price from Tredz was the cheapest I could find. Having just used them for a maiden ride, I was really impressed with how comfortable they are and how much vibration they absorb. As the cherry on top, I also achieved a personal best on my normal Strava route using these at the first time. Great bars and would highly recommend.

I brought these after a bike fit when the fitter advised I got a wider set of bars. Previously, I was getting pains in my hands and arms. I wanted a flat pair after seeing the Trek Madone which I love. These Easton bars really are quite beautiful to look at and the price from Tredz was the cheapest I could find. Having just used them for a maiden ride, I was really impressed with how comfortable they are and how much vibration they absorb. As the cherry on top, I also achieved a personal best on my normal Strava route using these at the first time. Great bars and would highly recommend.

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5