Syncros Fraser IC SL Special Edition Handlebar

Syncros Fraser IC SL Special Edition Handlebar
Syncros Fraser IC SL Special Edition Handlebar
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Fraser IC SL Special Edition Handlebar by Syncros
If the Fraser IC SL Special Edition Handlebar looks familiar to you, it's probably because you've seen it on the front of Schurter's bike when he won cross-country World Championships and the World Cup overall title in the same year. This ultra-lightweight integrated bar/stem combo is designed with his preferred geometry, featuring a minus 25-degree rise to get that super low bar position for competitive XC racing. The integrated design comes in at an impressively low weight of 220g, and offers a direct handling feel that simply can't be matched by conventional setups. The effective stem length is 90mm, and the bars employ Syncros' flat T-bar shape that measures in at 740mm wide with 9-degrees of backsweep and a 6-degree upsweep. A 1-1/8in steerer diameter ensures almost universal compatibility with modern mountain bikes.

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