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If you are finding your ride a little flat a riser bar may help you achieve your ultimate riding position and get your bike handling like a pro.
In general riser bars tend to be wider than flat bars and may have slightly more flex to give a more forgiving ride. As you go into descents and your arms drop below your knees the additional height gained on your front end will help you take control of the steep descents.
That said you can get all bar types in a range of widths and stiffnesses and front end height can be adjusted with spacers like our Love Mud Rings, so sometimes you just have to ignore the mumbojumbo and make your call on style and personal preference and there is nothing wrong with that.
- 6061 aluminium
- Width 780 mm
- 15 mm rise
- 3 Year Alpine Bond
Weight: 305 g
Bar diameter: 31.8 mm
Width: 780 mm
Sweep: 5˚ upward / 9˚ rearward
Rise: 15 mm
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Got a set of these on my Transmitter, after initially having 720mm I wanted a wider set and what a change. More stable, and better control. Light and typically well made gear from Alpkit