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These lightweight, durable carbon handlebars provide the perfect platform for the serious mountain shredder who wants to save room for more upgrades. The Race Face Next R Carbon MTB Riser Bar combines downhill-tested strength with Enduro-approved lightweight design, bringing 800mm of unidirectional carbon fiber to the a href="./race-face-sixc-35-carbon-820mm-mtb-handlebar" target="_blank">SixC handlebar shape at a wallet-friendly price.
The Race Face Next R Carbon MTB Riser Bar is available in 3 different rises: 10mm, 20mm, and 35mm
- Full unidirectional carbon construction for downhill-worthy strength.
- Optimized flex for improved small bump compliance.
- Claimed weight: 215 grams (20mm rise).
- 35mm bar diameter provides incredible strength/weight ratio.
- Width: 800mm.
- Sweep: 8º backward, 5 º upward.
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I went from a RF Next bar 760mm to this bar at 800mm. Personally I like the wider bar better. Little more leverage, and maybe slightly stiffer. RF makes great products. I use the turbine stem with this NextR. Makes for a great, strong and light weight combo. The fact that they look cool to doesn't hurt.
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