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Fizik Cyrano R3 Aluminum Handlebar Made for Snake

Cyrano R3 Aluminum Handlebar Made for Snake

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Snake past the competition with this handsome aluminum bar, designed for flexible riders.

The Fizik Cyrano R3 Handlebar comes in three different shapes made for riders of varying flexibility. It can be hard to find the right handlebar without a little trial and error—there's more to it than shoulder width. With their "Spine Concept" approach, Fizik aims to take the guesswork out of reach and drop.

This Made for Snake version is well-suited for very flexible cyclists who like to get down low in the drops and reach farther forward. It's got a classic round shape to the drops and a longer, 85mm reach. 140mm drops. Made of Aluminum Ergal. 245 grams (420mm size).


Weight: 245 grams


Weight: 245 grams


Handlebar Style: Drop Bars 

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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Portland, OR
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I'm a road and cx racer and was building up a wintergravel road bike. I work in the cycling industry and have had the opportunity to try a lot of products and these bars are one of my favorites. These bars are very stiff and reduce lateral when sprinting/climbing hard. The drop is very round so finding a comfortable spot on the bar is easy to do. I've have them for a couple months and have no complaints.

Reviewed 9/3/2014
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