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Race Face
Turbine R 35 MTB Riser Bar

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Race Face offers dramatically reduced weight without compromising rigidity and performance with their 35mm Turbine R 35 MTB Riser Bar. Made of cold drawn, 7075 aluminum with an optimized triple butted design, this riser bar is strong yet nimble. Their 800mm width and 10mm or 20mm rise ensure exceptional control, perfect for aggressive trail, all mountain, and enduro.

  • Made of cold drawn, 7075 Aluminium.
  • Sweep: 8° rearward, 5° upward.
  • Diameter: 35mm.
  • Rise: 10mm or 20mm.
  • Weight: 300g (20mm).
  • Width: 800mm.

Open Box - This product has one or more Open-Box units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). Open-Box units are brand-new and contain all standard parts and accessories. The full manufacturer warranty applies.

 

Clamp Size: 35 mm

 

Width: 800 mm

 

Handlebar Style: Riser Bars 

Stealth - 10mm rise/800mm Width

Mfg PartNum: HB18TURR1035X800BLK7 

Handlebar Style: Riser Bars 

Stealth - 20mm rise/800mm Width

Handlebar Style: Riser Bars 

Mfg PartNum: HB18TURR2035X800BLK7 

Stealth - 35mm rise/800mm Width

Mfg PartNum: HB18TURR3535X800BLK7 

Handlebar Style: Riser Bars 

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