Easton Havoc Handlebar Review

5.00 out of 5
By Syd Patricio    on Mar 7, 2011

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November 3, 2015
Model/Year: 2014 Easton Havoc 35mm 800mm

Pros: Stiff. Strong. Durable

Cons: None to date

Recommendation: Buy

June 8, 2014
Model/Year: 2013

Pros: Great bars. The taperwall tubing makes a big difference in vibration. My previous bars were some Truvativ entry level bars and my hands would always hurt from the chatter coming back through the bars on rough fire roads or down technical terrain. I really notice a difference with hand fatigue which makes the overall riding experience much better.

Cons: None.

December 11, 2010
Pros: The havoc bars keep you centered in the cockpit and allows you to manuever freely through techincal terrain. Jumps, lips and hard technical trail are what these bars are made for. Keeping your line and changing your line is more easlily with the wider bars and more forgive as you can handle dead stops since the bars give you more balance. BOMBPROOF.

Cons: na

Recommendation: Freeride, All Mountain, Downhill.

December 11, 2010
Pros: Handlebars are wide enough to take on the most techincal terrain. These bars help you keep your line more easily which allows you to ride longer in tough terrain. Remember wider bars equals better breathing, walking up tough hills are a thing of the past.

Cons: Nothing

Recommendation: If you like riding your bike hard then you need to get these bars.