Easton EA70 Road BarThe EA70 is Easton’s top-end
aluminum handlebar with traditional, round tops. The EA70 has been given an upgrade of the new MCD shape technology, with grooves for brake and gear cable routing. This race-proven handlebar has won ...
Easton EC70 Aero Road HandlebarThe EC70 Aero carbon
road bars are similar to the EC90 Aero but features a deeper drop, longer reach, and employs Easton's second tier carbon fiber to create a more affordable carbon handlebar option. While still ...
Ritchey comp Venturemax Handlebar Don't let the odd
shape throw you off, the Ritchey Venturemax Handlebar was made for adventure. It features a bio-bend design that is intended to ride wider than typical drop bars and provides multiple hand positions ...
Though they might not have the boundless marketing budget that some of the bigger brands have, 3T certainly has their own way to stand out. They let their products do the talking for them, and sometimes their products talk pretty loud. Recently, they’ve done just that by winning 5 separate design awards in the first month of 2018 alone. That’s right, five. One of their best assets—and a recipient of one of the awards, no less—is their handlebars. 3T’s proficiently engineered bars feature excellent workmanship and offer outstanding handling. Whether you’re slicing through singletrack or pushing up to the front of the peleton, 3T can help you steer your way there.
If you’ve ever watched Ireland’s Team Aqua Blue Sport race at UCI events, then you’ve seen some of 3T’s bikes and components perform. And, as with 3T, Team Aqua Blue Sport pushes the limits. They occupy one of the upper echelons of professional cycling, and the way they innovate and help the sport evolve is apparent. Last year they were the first team to incorporate SRAM’s Force 1x drivetrain into professional cycling. Seeing the way 3T prioritizes innovation makes clear their message: They want to exist on the cutting edge, to make parts that improve cycling as we know it.