The Salsa Cowchipper provides comfort, control, and efficiency for long days in the saddle, whether road touring, crushing mixed surfaces, or conquering the Great Divide. While the Cowchipper retains some resemblance of a traditional road bar, its radical 24° flare in the drops boosts leverage, stability, and comfort dramatically. - Lightweight and strong 6061-T6 aluminum alloy construction - 116mm drop, 68mm reach, 24° flare angle, 12° drop angle - 31.8mm clamp diameter with 120mm width for use with Salsa Anything Cradle and aerobars - Weight: 322g (44cm)
The randonneur-inspired Ritchey Beacon has a super-wide 36° drop flare with offers comfort and stability and plenty of space for handlebar packs. The Beacon's shallow 80mm drop and a shorter than usual reach offers broad support for your hands, and it has a gentle backward sweep for a more natural hand position when riding the tops.
The randonneur inspired Ritchey Beacon WCS has a super-wide 36° drop flare with offers comfort and stability and plenty of space for handlebar packs. The Beacon's shallow 80mm drop and a shorter than usual reach offers broad support for your hands, and it has a gentle backward sweep for a more natural hand position when riding the tops. The WCS Beacon has Di2 cable routing and is constructed of triple-butted 7050 alloy for longevity and light weight. - Di2 Cable Compatible - 36 degree flair with 2 degree flair out at the ends; 4.5 degree back sweep
A true all-rounder’s set of bars, Zipp’s Contour SLs are comfortable, aerodynamic, and light. The airfoil tops to cut through the wind and give you an ergonomic grip on long climbs. Deep grooves keep the cables completely hidden from the wind and your grasp, while ovalized drops fit your hands perfectly; a weight of just 190 grams doesn't hurt either.
Zipp’s SLC2 bars only flex when they’re at the beach. With an exceptionally stiff carbon layup, the SLC2s stand up to the most demanding conditions and riders. They’re some of the most rigid bars Zipp has designed, making them ideal for sprinting, crit-racing, and gnarly riding on poor pavement or gravel. At 195 grams, they’re feather-light, while Zipp’s VLC technology damps road vibration for total upper body comfort and support.
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