If you're after a versatile and durable alloy drop bar for your all road riding exploits, have a look at this Cowbell Drop Handlebar from Salsa. It blends the comfort of more hand positions with the security of aluminum and is ideal on both gravel and paved roads. Salsa designs the Cowbell with mixed terrain racing and riding in mind and the 44cm (center-to-center) bar, measured at the hoods, comes in at a not too shabby 314g. The Cowbell gets a 12-degree flare that places your hands, wrists, and arms into a more natural position while in the relatively shallow 115mm drops. The short, 68mm reach receives a 12-degree ramp angle allowing you to achieve a smooth transition from the bar to the hoods. The Cowbell bars are available in 38, 40, 42, 44, and 46cm widths, have a 31. 8mm clamp diameter with 140mm worth of clamping area for use with Salsa's Anything Cradle or aerobars.
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