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Tharsis Trail Riser Carbon Handlebar

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The PRO Tharsis Trail Handlebar features full carbon construction and Di2-compatible internal cable-routing for outfitting your high-end enduro or all-mountain bike. An 800 mm width is plenty wide for aggressive trail riding, but hashmarks on the ends allow for accurate cutting down to as little as 720 mm.

20 mm rise. 9° backsweep, 4° upsweep. 31.8 mm clamping diameter. Claimed weight is 214 g.

 

Handlebar Style: Riser Bars 

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