The Best Of Both Worlds
Whisky's Spano Carbon Drop Handlebar is designed to give gravel and all-road riders the most natural hand positions anywhere on the bar. Splitting the difference between a road profile with flat top sections and a subtle gravel flare, Whisky's Spano hits the sweet spot with the best of both worlds.
A multi-stage flare puts the hoods at an optimal angle for comfort while maximizing control through the drops. The bar's flat top promotes flex and offers relief from rough surfaces, and its 31.8 clamp diameter with 90mm width allows compatibility with bar-mounted accessories, including aero bars.
Full carbon construction
Compound flare: 12 deg at the hoods, 20 deg through the drops
Clamp diameter: 31.8mm
ASTM rating: Condition 3
Available in 40-48cm barwidth options
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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Very well engineered handlebar
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.
I knew the first time I came across these bars online, I wanted them. I'm basically a road rider, but in Michigan the roads are terrible. And I would white knuckle my drops if I hit bumps. The flared drops corrected that and made me feel relaxed, not to mention the extra width on the top.
Overall I find no fault with these bars, totally improved the quality of my ride.
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