Race Face was one of the first companies pushing 35mm handlebar clamps and continue to lead the industry today. Now most of their bars, including the Next R 35 10mm Rise Handlebar's diameter sits at 35mm. This increased diameter allows Race Face to reduce unnecessary material so the bars get lighter and increases small bump compliance.Constructed from a unidirectional carbon fiber, the Next R weighs an amazing 215 grams at its full 800mm width. That's some of the lightest on the market and is a worthy upgrade to any XXC or trail bike. If you are a bigger hit rider or looking for something stout that is still constructed from the wonder material, have a look at the SixC bars. Featherweights, or those looking to shave the most grams will be interested in the standard Next models.The eight-degree rearward and five-degree upward sweep of this bar places your hands in a neutral yet powerful position for maximum comfort and control. The Race Face Next R Riser Handlebar comes in UD Carbon with matte clearcoat finish.
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