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Triathlete Buyer’s Guide: Easton Attack TT

Get the inside scoop on the Easton Attack TT handlebars ($750) in this Triathlete Buyer’s Guide Photo Gallery Spotlight.

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Get the inside scoop on the Easton Attack TT handlebars ($750) in this Triathlete Buyer’s Guide Photo Gallery Spotlight.

Easton’s Attack TT bar is the newest triathlon handlebar offering from the sporting goods giant. This latest version has more adjustability than its predecessor due to its collet system, which adds a small amount of weight, putting the Easton Attack TT at 575 grams. Most athletes will be well-served with the changes, which allow for length adjustment from forearm pad to the extensions. The basebar of the one-piece Attack TT is 42 cm measured center-to-center, wider than many other one-piece bars in the category, an attribute that larger riders or athletes that climb hills on their tri bike will appreciate.

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Photography by Nils Nilsen.