Pivot Mach 6 Race Xt 1x Complete Mountain Bike 2018
Mountain Bike Pivot Mach 6 Race XT 1x Complete 2018 We’ve always been fond of the Mach 6, and this particular iteration has our fondness turning into full-on infatuation with its gravity-craving geometry that’s built to track though rock gardens and blast berms. Pivot focuses on dialing in their downhill-specific DW-link suspension to offer 6-inches of bump-soaking travel that can flip its self around and pedal up loose fire roads near effortlessly, so you can charge up to the top for another plush descent.
Salsa Cowchipper Carbon Drop Handlebar
Handlebar Salsa Cowchipper Carbon Drop . Its carbon construction affords it a lightweight build, dampens washboard gravel, and provides adequate stiffness on those out of the saddle efforts making it ideal for the racing or performance-oriented all-road cyclist. It’s hard not to ignore its unique shape with its extreme 24-degree flare giving you more hand positions and control while descending tricky gravel or when fully loaded down on a cross country tour. 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.
Syncros Rr1.0 Carbon Aerobar/stem 420
Handlebar Syncros RR1 Carbon Aerobar/Stem 420. 0 Carbon Aero Bar/Stem 420 is the ideal platform for a clean, clutter-free cockpit. Syncros’ use of unidirectional carbon in the bar’s construction stiffens the RR1. 0 without adding additional weight, creating more uniform strength throughout and less likelihood of stress points.
Thomson Carbon Trail Handlebar
Handlebar Thomson Carbon Trail . In the years since it made its first foray into the industry with mountain bike stems, Thomson has developed a reputation for thorough, impeccable designs, and its Carbon Trail Handlebar is no exception. Though the bar comes in an XC version, this one is better suited to all-mountain and trail riding, but it maintains a low enough weight to make it a capable racing bar as well.To construct the handlebar, Thomson employs Toray carbon fiber at varying tensile strengths to allow the bar to maintain stiffness and the ability to flex at key points. During the molding process, Thomson relies on an EPS mandrel to establish the bar’s shape, rather than an inflated nylon bladder, which its engineers believe helps better prevent wrinkles inside the layup as the fibers are molded.