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BLATTE - 40CM
Ritchey WCS VentureMax Gravel/Road Handlebar
Ritchey WCS VentureMax Gravel/Road Handlebar
Ritchey WCS VentureMax Gravel/Road Handlebar

Ritchey
WCS VentureMax Gravel/Road Handlebar

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Adventure awaits.

Ritchey gives you all the options for control and comfort with their WCS VentureMax Handlebars. They're designed for the long miler, the bike packer, and the off road adventurer with a 6° backsweep, 24° flare, and Bio-bend drops to create a multitude of hand positions. A short reach and compact drop lets you comfortably move around on the bar, and Ritchey measures this bar at the initial bend instead of at the hoods for an overall wider stance.

7050 alloy. 31.8 mm clamp diameter. 76 mm reach. 102 mm drop.

 

Handlebar Style: Adventure Bars 

 

Handlebar Style: Drop Bars 

 

Handlebar Clamp: 31.8 

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Nice but not for me
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by onrhodes
Daily Commuter
Hillsboro, OR
2 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

I put this bar on my Niner RLT. Switched out from a Salsa Cowbell. After only 2 rides I went back to the cowbell bars. These bars a nice and light, but just not for me. I even reduced the stem from a 90mm to an 80mm and added some rise, the fit just wasn't right. If they work for your setup they would be nice bars, just not the bars for me.

Reviewed 8/3/2017
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