Easton Haven Handlebar

5/5 (3 Reviews)
MSRP : $74.49

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Product Description

Haven AM Handlebar A crucial element ofThe new Haven group,TheHaven Alloy bar is a full 711mm in length, yet weighs just 270-grams?ExclusiveTaperWallTechnology allowed EastonTo shaveThe Haven Alloy downtoThe minimum amount of material necessary without harming overallstrength and durability. 71cm wide! 9deg bend, 5deg upsweep Easton 7050 Aluminum Approximate weight 270 grams

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Hoolie a Cross Country Rider

Date Reviewed: December 8, 2013

Strengths:    These are made out of metal, so they are more durable than carbon fiber in real world riding. The magnesium color is cool color for my bike. Wide bar is more efficient for my singlespeed.

Weaknesses:    These are waaaaay heavier than carbon bars, and I don't think they are going to last any longer. For a basic aluminum bar, they are expensive, even on sale, but they look great. My black bar has Haven graphics that you can't really see, and why else do we buy bling parts if you cannot show them off.

Bottom Line:   
I liked the magnesium color so much on Turner 5 Spot, that I bought a black bar for my singlespeed, as old bar was too narrow for my changing style of riding. I think I would buy carbon bar if I had to do over. Although I think aluminum is stronger in various crash situations, I think the carbon bars are so failure proof, why not go that direction for handlebars and save weight. Anyway, I am kind of anti-carbon, so I went with these. Nice wide bar, good weight, and riding position is great. Adjustment lines for stem help you to play around with tilt, then go back to original setting.

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Favorite Trail:   Skinny

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Purchased At:   Wrench Science

Similar Products Used:   Easton Monkey light (awesome), Stylo ($25 on sale, and work as well as Haven, but heavier), Ritchey

Bike Setup:   5 SPOT , and NINER ONE 9

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Zachariah a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: August 7, 2013

Strengths:    ~Strong, like a bull
~Stiff as hell too
~Thick, 10mm walls at the clamp area
~3mm walls at the grips

Weaknesses:    ~Heavy, @285g uncut(711mm)

Bottom Line:   
The ONLY drawback of this super-stiff bar is that they will beat you up, on longer rides. They are so stiff - as everything resonates up through your arms and tooth fillings. Even though they are designed for XC, they can easily handle Trail and All-Mountain duties perfectly.

I've tried nearly ALL of them and this one has a nice width, weight and stiffness.

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Favorite Trail:   Hurkey Creek Park (24Hrs of Adrenalin course)

Duration Product Used:   2 years

Price Paid:    $50.00

Purchased At:   online

Similar Products Used:   ~Race Face Evolve
~Easton EA70 Riser
~Syntace Vector
~Answer ProTaper
~Funn Fatboy Riser
~Specialized XC Mountain
~Niner Flat Top alloy
~Bontrager RXL alloy
~Cannondale C3
~Chromag Fubar OS

Bike Setup:   2013 Trek Remedy 29

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by mhmtbike a Weekend Warrior from Coopersburg, PA USA

Date Reviewed: October 13, 2011

Strengths:    Excellent quality, very strong.

Weaknesses:    None.

Bottom Line:   
I bought this bar to replace my stock one. I really like the width and the strength. I feel much more stable and have better control of the bike. If you are looking to upgrade you stock or broken bar I would highly recommend this bar.

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Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $75.00

Purchased At:   Cutter Bike Shop

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Spending the night in New Haven and have most of the day tomorrow to get a ride in. I'm from VA and definitely dig the tech/steep stuff. Any advice for a ride within maybe a half an hour drive? I heard the rocks up here are great. I looked at the NEMBA page and it looks like Westwoods fits the b ... Read More »

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Easton Haven Hubs Toast?

I know a guy who got ham-fisted with a torque wrench on his rear rotor bolts and overclocked the threads, stripping two of them. Is Time-Sert/Helicoil the best option, or can the holes be filled with a drop TIG weld, drilled and re-tapped?Read More »

Easton Haven post bolts?

I need some assistance in replacing the seatpost bolts on my Haven carbon seatpost - 2013 model. They are rounded and I would like to replace with Ti if possible. Does anyone know what size bolts will fit this post? Seeing some J & L brand bolts but wanted to get the right size. :madman:Read More »

can Easton Haven be run w/ tubes?

i know there UST compliant, but if i just remove the valve that came with it can i just run these with standard tubes? not quite sure if im ready to make the jump to tubless yet. thanksRead More »

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