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Cowbell 2 Handlebar

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The perfect bar for your gravel crusher or 'cross racing bike.

Salsa's new Cowbell takes over for their popular Bell Lap handlebar, using a new short drop and updated bend for better ergonomics with current shifter and brake lever designs. This 2 model is built from a lighter 7050-T7 double-butted aluminum for a race day advantage without giving up strength.

Like its predecessor, the Cowbell features 12-degree flared ends for increased control through the roughest off-road racing conditions. A short reach and shallow drop offer easy lever access, and an extra long 120mm top section provides plenty of space for handlebar mounted accessories while easing transitions from the hoods.

The Cowbell 2 features a 31.8mm clamp diameter, 76mm reach and 126mm drop. Single front cable groove. Various widths. Width is measured at the hood position (c-c), not the flared drops. 281g (claimed weight, 44cm). Bead Blasted Black finish.


Handlebar Style: Drop Bars 

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Like the hand positions
by Wild Bill 6949
Davis, CA

These shallow drop bars are perfect for gravel touring. More hand positions are always a good thing. Flare is a nice compromise.

Reviewed 5/2/2014
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great for extreme cross
by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Northern California

Got the 46 width, descending and technical stuff is much easier, feels like I'm almost mountain biking...Highly recommended.

Reviewed 1/6/2014
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