PRO Tharsis Trail Riser Di2 Handlebar

PRO Tharsis Trail Riser Di2 Handlebar
PRO Tharsis Trail Riser Di2 Handlebar
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Tharsis Trail Riser Di2 Handlebar by PRO
While the PRO Tharsis Trail Riser Di2 Handlebar can stand alone on merits of vibration damping smoothness and stiff responsiveness, what really sets it apart is its ability to cleanly integrate Shimano's off-road Di2 groupsets. All-mountain and trail riders will appreciate this bar's functional durability, as well as its ability to cut clean, wire-free lines out in the dirt. Depending on your taste in width, you can chop the bar from 800mm down to 720mm with the help of pre-marked cutting guides.

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SKU: PRS002R
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