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WCS Logic Curve Handlebar

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Ritchey delivers an incredible combination of strength and weight savings in a comfortable, compact handlebar.

The WCS Logic Curve Compact is a great way to keep the weight low on your race bike without the extra cost of carbon fiber. The shallow drop and shorter reach make this WCS bar a great match for riders with smaller hands, those running low stack headsets with few spacers, or anyone uncomfortable on a traditional "Ergo-style" bend.

Additional details:

  • TRX50 seamless triple butted aluminum construction
  • Shallow decreasing radius bend and shorter 128mm drop
  • 73mm reach
  • 31.8mm clamp diameter
  • 40, 42 and 44cm widths (center to center)
  • BB Black or Wet White finish
  • 237g.

Weight: 237 grams


Reach: 73 mm


Drop: 128 mm


Handlebar Style: Drop Bars 

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Good, inexpensive bar
by PDXguy
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR
Review for Ritchey 2014 WCS Logic Curve Compact Handlebar
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

This bar is a great budget option for those who wish to try out a compact bar. I used this so I could drop my stem but still have the same relative reach to the drops. I'm also able to shift a bit more easily in the drops than I was with a full-size ergonomic bend bar.

Overall a great, easy upgrade! Bars seem stiff, and have a very handy ruler printed on each bend, making it a snap to line up the levers on both sides evenly.

Reviewed 5/9/2013
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