Easy Motion Evo Street - Handlebar Size in mm?

PowerMe

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Howdy all,

Been a long time. Spring riding is starting. I'm about to order something new to put on my ebike, but I need to know the diameter size of the bike's handlebars (EVO Street). I can't find any info about this in the manual and my guessing skills are not very good.

I figure someone who has an Easy Motion (@Ravi Kempaiah ?) will know the diameter size.

Thanks!
 

pxpaulx

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If you remove it, the bar will likely say the diameter right around the center mount...at least, that is quite common for many bars. Getting some Jones h loop bars?!

How are you liking the street a year in? I put a deposit on one with crazy lenny, going to pick it up probably next weekend.
 

Ravi Kempaiah

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Howdy all,

Been a long time. Spring riding is starting. I'm about to order something new to put on my ebike, but I need to know the diameter size of the bike's handlebars (EVO Street). I can't find any info about this in the manual and my guessing skills are not very good.

I figure someone who has an Easy Motion (@Ravi Kempaiah ?) will know the diameter size.

Thanks!
Hi PM,
I know the dia on my bike which is 31.8mm but EVO street uses swept back handlebars, so I would assume it is slightly less. A simple caliper measurement should give you precise answer.
My rough guess would be 27.5mm or 31mm . What handlebar are you looking at?
 

PowerMe

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Yes, the bell will sit on the left of the rear shifter. The bell is quite sleek so fortunately it won't take up too much space. Real estate is very tight on this bike's handlebars.
 

PowerMe

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How are you liking the street a year in? I put a deposit on one with crazy lenny, going to pick it up probably next weekend.
You'll enjoy it!

Confession: I did absolutely zero (that's ZERO as in goose eggs) riding from Nov to ummm.... now. I'm a fair weather rider.
 

J.R.

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@PowerMe

In my work I've always needed all sorts of scales and measuring devises (mics, calipers, etc.), but the one in my pocket most times is a simple slide caliper. It will measure both inside and outside.

http://www.amazon.com/General-Tools...rue&ref_=ox_sc_act_title_1&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER

$9.48

That's also the scale I reach for over a dial/digital caliper or micrometer when checking almost anything on a bike. It's very intuitive to use, no directions needed and works every time. For a handlebar that generally centers at one measurement and narrows to the outside, it's particularly useful to get the size where you want to add an accessory.