Designed to pair with its Stemma stem and certain Wilier frames, the Barra Handlebar offers excellent aerodynamics with a slippery, wind-cheating top section, saving precious watts and the ability to run the housing internal further reducing drag and cleaning up the looks on the front of your ride. Constructed from carbon fiber, it offers the stiffness needed during quick sprints, out-of-the-saddle climbing, and steep sinuous descents. While that stiffness is appreciated during hard efforts, the bar still has the ability to quell road noise keeping you feeling fresher for longer. The bar is unique and in a "why don't more component manufacturers do this moment," you'll notice that as the bars get wider, the reach and drop increases too providing the best fit options for riders of every size. What really makes this bar unique is its special cable routing and when used in conjunction with the Stemma and an NDR or Cento10 frame, it lets you run your housing internally, cleaning up the look of your cockpit tremendously. The housing then passes through a notch in the headset bearing and into the frame. For an electronic set-up, all the wires and brake housing can run internally but with a mechanical groupset, there's not quite enough room for all the housing so you'll have to run a piece externally. You get the benefits of the Alabarda integrated bar/stem with the flexibility to choose stem lengths and bar widths and can angle the bar as necessary for your bike's geometry or personal preference.
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