Salsa Cowchipper Drop Handlebar

Salsa Cowchipper Drop Handlebar
Salsa Cowchipper Drop Handlebar
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Cowchipper Drop Handlebar by Salsa
Whether you're grinding gravel or going coast to coast, you can enjoy more comfort, control, and hand positions with the Cowchipper Drop Handlebar from Salsa. Its lightweight 6061-T6 aluminum alloy construction means it's plenty strong, durable, and reliable. It's hard not to ignore its unique shape with its extreme 24-degree flare giving you more hand positions and control while traversing across loose surfaces or when loaded down on a bikepacking trip. Likewise, its shallow 116mm drop and short 68mm reach put you in a more comfortable position and the 12-degree ramp angle allows for a smooth transition from bar to levers. We're fairly certain that if you are looking at this bar, your priorities lie with comfort over aerodynamics, however, if you do want to mount up some aerobars or Salsa's Anything Cradle, the bar is approved and it has 120mm of real estate at its 31. 8mm clamp area.

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SKU: SLA000E
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