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Salsa
Woodchipper 2 Handlebar

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Adventure-ready.

The Woodchipper 2 is an off-road specific drop bar, designed for maximum control in technical conditions and great ergonomics with standard road shifters/brake levers.

This 2 model is built from a lighter 7050-T7 double-butted aluminum for a race day advantage without giving up strength. Salsa bends the bars along three planes to create an extreme flared ends while still maintaining a shallow drop. The result offers flat-bar style leverage and steering control while maintaining a road-like hood position.

The Woodchipper 2 features a 31.8mm clamp diameter, 80mm reach and 110mm drop. Various widths. Width is measured at the hood position (c-c), not the flared drops; the 42cm bar is 59cm at the ends and the 46cm bar is 63cm at the ends. 332g (claimed weight, 46cm). Bead Blasted Black finish.

 

Handlebar Style: Drop Bars 

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Salsa Woodchipper 2 Handlebar as good as it can be it's great for touring as well.
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by Kenneth
Cycling Enthusiast
Saint Francis Maine

I have use this drop bar before and I love it back then and now that I live in a new state I built my self a new touring bicycle and had to get this Salsa Woodchipper 2 Handlebar again. For me it's a win win!

Reviewed 9/3/2018
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Very interesting and fun bar on my single speed hardtail!
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by kkees
Competitive Racer
Austin, TX
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I got this bar for a cyclocross mountain bike set up with a rigid fork. After building it up right after the end of CX season, decided to try it on trail. I got the widest bar for leverage, 46cm. I usually ride 42 on the road but have wide MTB bars. It seems to have enough leverage for me. But make sure you measure the width that the bars flare out on the bottom and make sure you want that width. I haven't clipped a tree yet but can see that happening if you aren't aware of it. These are very cool bars, I would give them a try! Way different riding style on the trail.

Reviewed 1/16/2014
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Great compliment to my monster cross bike
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by David sudlow
novato, ca
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Good leverage, hand positioning and comfort

Reviewed 4/2/2018
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Great drop bar for comfort and control and total fun to ride with!
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Naperville, IL

Great drop bar for comfort and control and total fun to ride with!

Reviewed 9/1/2017
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Wide outward angled bars. Love it.
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by Anonymous
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Since the drop bars swing outward so far, it makes for a more comfortable position. I think at least.

Reviewed 1/31/2014
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high quality bar with unique shape and hand positions
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
oregon
5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

Although this bar is primarily designed for off road use, I'm giving it a spin on my touring bike. It places the bar end shifters nicely out of the way of knee interference while mounting and dismounting, but still within easy reach while riding. I don't have too many miles yet with this handlebar to evaluate the riding positions, but there is no doubt that the quality is very good.

Reviewed 4/2/2013
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