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    BIKE AHEAD COMPOSITES handlebar THE flatbar Carbon MTB UD-Optic 31,8 mm | 13°

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    Product weight:115g
    Bike Ahead Composites
    229,00 €
    UVP: 229,00 €
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      BIKE AHEAD COMPOSITES Handlebars THE flatbar Carbon MTB UD-look 31.8 mm | 13 °

      Everything under control - handlebars from BIKE AHEAD COMPOSITES! With a brilliant carbon surface, they embody the art of craftsmanship at the highest level and allow the driver and the bike to become one. From the flow-shaping design to the use of the NSA technology, every detail follows the high demands of BIKE AHEADs on their products - here, functionality meets lightweight construction. With its straightforward and uncompromising geometry, THE flatbar is the perfect choice for the weight conscious racing driver. In addition, the handlebar can be mounted in two positions. The height of the cockpit can be adjusted by 0 mm / - 9.5 mm.

      NSA technology
      In order to reduce the clamping forces to a minimum while drastically reducing the notch effect, Bike Ahead Composites has developed the NSA technology (NoSlipApplication). A rubber layer is laminated in the area of ??the clamping. This has not only the advantage that the torques can be reduced to a minimum. Knack- and creaking noises are a thing of the past.

      100% MADE in GERMANY!

      Technical specifications:

      intended use : Cross Country, Marathon, Tour
      Material: Carbon
      Handlebar clamp: 31.8 mm
      Handlebar width: 750 mm
      Rise: 0 / - 9.5 mm
      Backsweep: 13 °
      Upsweep: 0 °
      Can be shortened: up to 640 mm
      Barend compatible: no
      Finish: UD carbon - silk gloss
      Driver weight: max. 95 kg (driver + baggage)
      Color logo: 3D-shaped in handle color

      Weight: 115 - 135g (manufacturer's data)

      Scope of delivery: 1x BIKE AHEAD COMPOSITES handlebar

      Product weight:115g

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