Whisky Parts Co. No.9 Carbon Flat Handlebar

Whisky Parts Co. No.9 Carbon Flat Handlebar
Whisky Parts Co. No.9 Carbon Flat Handlebar
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No.9 Carbon Flat Handlebar by Whisky Parts Co.
When you're craving a bar that keeps you low and forward on the bike, and offers obscenely wide options, look no further than the Whisky Parts Co. No. 9 Carbon Flat Handlebar. This beefy bar mocks those who thought 800's were too wide with a whopping 840-millimeter option, crafted from durable uni-directional carbon that sheds grams left and right, and is meticulously laid up to power through miles for years. Since 840's might be a little much for some of us, Whisky marks these bars with guides for easy trimming to get them sized down to the perfect width for you.

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SKU: WPC000T
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