e*thirteen components Base 35 Handlebar

e*thirteen components Base 35 Handlebar
e*thirteen components Base 35 Handlebar
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Base 35 Handlebar by e*thirteen components
Your bike may have come stock with some basic bars, and while you want to upgrade, breaking the bank isn't an option right now. That shouldn't restrict you to sub-par stock components though, and e*thirteen offers the Base 35 Handlebar to bridge the gap between elite, and pocket friendly. These alloy bars offer 800-millimeters of width for total control when your day's agenda is packed with enduro-heavy laps, but can be trimmed down neatly to whatever length best fits you. They are built with a 9-degree backsweep and 5-degree upsweep that perches you comfortably for gravity-oriented adventures, so you can stay in control with tactile feel on the bars even when you're buzzing the back wheel.

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