Easton Haven 35 Carbon Handlebar
Do you ride serious downhill trails? No? Do you still want to have a durable and reliable handle bar for your hard-hitting riding style? Yes? Easton introduces the Haven 35 Carbon Handle bar. It utilizes the proven 35-millineter clamp diameter of the downhill specific Havoc bar and puts it to use in a lighter weight and more accessible length. This creates a bar aimed more towards aggressive trail riders
In order to gain strength, stiffness, and durability while reducing bulk and weight, Easton utilizes Taperwall technology. This allows for the tube wall to be reinforced anywhere along the length of the bar with incredible precision. In carbon components more material is applied to the wall surfaces where stiffness is necessary, and less in the areas where more compliance is desired. Taperwall technology achieves additional strength at a lighter weight and produces a lively, responsive ride.
- TaperWall technology
- Clamp 35mm
- Hi Rise = 40mm Rise, Bend 9°, 5 ° Upsweep, Length 750mm
- Lo Rise = 20mm Rise, Bend 9°, 5 ° Upsweep, Length 750mm
- Hi Rise = 205 Grams
- Lo Rise = 188 Grams
- EC90 Carbon
- Matte UD Carbon Finish
PROS: Attractive Design, Lightweight, Easy To Install, Durable
BEST USES: Upgrade, Mountain Biking
PROS: Lightweight, Rugged
BEST USES: Free Riding, Single Track
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