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Ritchey COMP EvoMax Gravel/Road Handlebar
Ritchey COMP EvoMax Gravel/Road Handlebar

COMP EvoMax Gravel/Road Handlebar

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Flared out.

With the Ritchey COMP EvoMax Gravel/Road handlebar, you get a 12º flared drop for plenty of forearm clearance and greater leverage when in the drops, perfect for crushing some gravel climbs. Constructed from lightweight 7050 aluminum alloy, this handlebar helps to lessen the buzzes and bumps that come with both gravel and road riding. This versatile handlebar uses a short reach and shallow drops, making them ideal for riding gravel riding without skimping on the road.


  • 12º flared handlebar provides stable handling in the drops or at the flats.
  • Short reach, shallow drop with 4º sweep at the ovalized top section.
  • 6061 aluminum alloy.
  • Claimed weight: 292g.

Handlebar Clamp: 31.8 mm


Handlebar Style: Drop Bars 


Handlebar Style: Adventure Bars 

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Classics are back!
by FrankW
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I have come to realize the modern 'compact' drops just don't work well for me, with the sloping drop section, I find it hard to 'stay' there. The shallow drop in Evomax turns into a classic flat section which I find very supportive. Also, the bend keeps going towards the front a bit under where you clamp the brakeshifters, which is very friendly for my shorter fingers. The two characteristics combined, means my palms can get closer to the lever and have great support underneath. I threw this on my higher cost titanium build as an experiment, and loved them! The COMPs don't really match the level of other components I have on this particular bike, but really, it's just the logo and the finish, and it's not much heavier than the WCS level, i.e., awesome value for the COMPs! Although, if Ritchey comes up with a carbon version Evomax, I will definitely upgrade!

Reviewed 6/21/2017
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works great and is affordable
by Anonymous
Daily Commuter
Vancouver WA
0 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

good solid bar .

Reviewed 7/10/2017
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