Ritchey Comp Logic Curve Road Handlebar
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Ritchey Comp Logic Curve Road Handlebar with a short reach and a shallow drop. The centre section of this bar is aero bar compatible.
Top Features of the Ritchey Comp Logic Curve Road Handlebar
- Made from 6061 T-6 Alloy
- Short reach, shallow drop with a smooth, double-radius drop section
- Centre section is aero bar compatible
- 31.8 OS clamp section for improved stiffness and durability
- Drop 128mm
- Reach 73mm
- BB Black finish
Ritchey COMP - COMP level components are designed to bring competition worthy components down to a price that everyone can handle. You wont find carbon here, but you will find the kind of performance and reliability you expect from Ritchey.
About Road Handlebars
Road bars are curved to offer a multitude of positions to suit the terrain. When climbing in the saddle you will often ride on the tops which are the part of the bar either side of the stems clamping point. When out of the saddle on climbs or accelerating you will often ride on the lever hoods mounted at the front of the bars curved section. For higher speeds you will find yourself on the drops, which offer a lower more aerodynamic position. Road bars come in a variety of widths, from 36cm wide up to 44cm, a good guide for bar width is your shoulder width, a bar should not be narrower than your shoulders as this can close up your chest, but they should not be so wide that you are creating a large frontal area. Road handlebars come in two clamp sizes, 31.8mm which is oversized and 26/25.8mm which is standard, it is essential that you get the correct clamp size for your stem as a poor fit will slip round. Road bars also come in different shapes and depths, with various bends for ergonomic reasons, some will also feature grooves in the material for your brake and gear cables to slot into, this helps to keep the bar round once tape is applied. Then there is the all-in-one bar and stem systems from brands such as Cinelli's Ram 2 and the Pro Stealth which offer clean lines and look great with their exposed carbon finish.
About the Ritchey brand
Ritchey is well known for ingenious mountain bikes and parts, but Tom Ritchey was building world class road frames and rethinking every part of the road bike as early as 1974---long before mountain biking came along. After decades of refinement, Ritchey road components are the lightest, strongest and highest quality parts available, and race proven by top professional teams in the world's toughest pro races. Look for Ritchey components on team bikes in the Tour de France, Giro d'Italia, World Championships and Spring Classics, as well as countless other races.
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