Easton EA70 MonkeyBar Riser

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Easton EA70 MonkeyBar Riser

27 Reviews for EA70 MonkeyBar Riser

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 Easton’s most popular and strongest aluminum riser bar, the EA70 combines our proprietary TaperWall technology with our high-performance EA70 aluminum alloy for a distinct weight and performance advantage. just a little to slim for me but otherwise an awesome set of bars
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 Used many many other bars before, bought a set of these with Lo rise after reading good reviews about them, and can say i've not been disappointed. When they arrived, it felt like the box was empty, but luckily and to my surprise, there they were! I've had many a crash with them, hucked a fair few drops, and they've survived everything, even if i have not!
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 I have the high rise version. These are great all around bars and they can take a beating.I've taken these bars through at least 5 bike-frontflip crashes and they show no signs of wear or damage. The width is very comfortable and these bars look great too. If you want a simple, dependable riser bar for your bike, give these a consideration.
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 i had the 25.4 low rise bars. nice width and very light, mine weighed 235g i believe (check my albums) quite strong but they did have a bit of flex in them. i wanted more rise so i upgraded to answer protapers and haven't looked back. almost same width with an additional inch rise (2" rise) and light as well and also next to no flex at all.
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 I run these bars on both my dj/street rig, and my DH rig. They are light, strong, and most importantly, feel absolutely amazing. At 27 inchs wide and available in low to high(2 inchs) rise, they are just perfect for me, but some people find them too narrow.
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 It won't break and is light. Simple and effective. I'll be switching it for something wider however; my hands often hang off the edge because the bar is relatively narrow (685mm).
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 I run the 31.8 with a mid rise. They feel great, are light, and strong. I've ridden them for a full season at mt. washington, and all the local dj spots. I would buy again, and i recommend them.
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 Amazing bar. Solid and super sick looking! Light as well. What more can you ask for? I even got mine for just £14 off ebay:P
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 very light and attractive bar, however they lack stiffness when used with the easton adjustable stem so just upgraded to a thomson stem with sunline v1s
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 I'm happy with this Bar. So happy i can forget about it and just ride. The weight is just right, colours good, angles fit, and the rise is perfect for my style of riding.
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 Light Strong and not horribly expensive - a great bar, just slightly narrower than what I wanted, so when it came time to replace it I went elsewhere.
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 It's light, and tough as nails. Looks good to! I like the length for me personally plus the rise in it is great, I've gotten used to riding with this bar and it feels great.
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 Ran 31.8 bars for downhill (Whistler) and freeride (North Shore). Worked great! Sweep and upsweep were perfect. I still compare all bars by these. Easton does it again!
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 I use this on my hardtail. I have the low rise version and absolutely love it, feels good and it's pretty damn light!
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 Easton's EA70 has been a proven commodity for almost 2 decades. Light and durable. Love the shot-peened finish.
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 These bars are super strong and light weight but the only problem is they are slightly to narrow,But are still great bars.
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 Extremely stiff bar. Nice and wide bar as well, gives me plenty of control. No downsides as of yet.
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 Great bar. I own the 25.4, Mid rise and have no complaints. Great sweep and rise at 30mm. Get it.
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 Width and sweep spot-on, weight is light without being disconcertingly so and for the money they're a bargain.
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 Stiff, light, what more could you ask for? dont hesitate to set these up on your rig, you wont be disapointed.
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 I run this bar on all my bikes with no problems or slipping.
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 light and strong, what more could you want in a pair of handlebars!!!
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 Great bar, light, what more can you ask for?
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 I also run this bar 31.8 and love it.
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 great strong light bar
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 best bar out there
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 Light and super strong
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Easton EA70 MonkeyBar Riser (MSRP $70) — Easton’s most popular and strongest aluminum riser bar, the EA70 combines our proprietary TaperWall technology with our high-performance EA70 aluminum alloy for a distinct weight and performance advantage.

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Release Date 2009
Price $70
Weight 263.08 g
Color Options Black
Width 685mm
Rise Low (20mm), Mid (30mm), and High (40mm)
Diameter 31.8
Diameter - The diameter refers to the width of the clamping area. Measuring either 25.4 or 31.8, 25.4 is more found on smaller bikes, while 31.8 is turning into a downhill and freeride standard.
Bend 9° sweep, 5° upsweep
Material Easton EA70 Aluminum

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