Ritchey WCS 2X Carbon Handlebar

Ritchey WCS 2X Carbon Handlebar
Ritchey WCS 2X Carbon Handlebar
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WCS 2X Carbon Handlebar by Ritchey
The simplest design can lead to the most effective outcomes, and the Ritchey WCS 2X carbon flat bar offers precision fit and elite performance for the aspiring cross-country racer. When you've settled on the goal of pursuing cross-country riding and racing, the flat bar serves as an effect tool to get you crouched low for aerodynamics and responsive handling, while offering a stable lever from which to launch attacks.Ritchey achieves high-performance in the WCS 2X with a monocoque carbon design that barely registers on the scale at 183g. A positive or negative 5mm rise serves to dial in the fit to your style of riding characteristics, and the nine degree sweep keeps you comfortable during your sessions.

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