Ritchey Comp Bar End

3.5/5 (2 Reviews)
Weight : 160 grams MSRP : $21.99

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Product Description

Ritcheys Comp Bar Ends are sturdy endsThat feature an angled clamp slotTo reduce stress allowingThese bars endsTo be used with Ritchey Carbon Mountain bars. Angled clamp slot reduces stress on lightweight bars Approved for use with Ritchey Carbon mountain bars

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Foxman11 a Cross Country Rider from Ontario, Canada

Date Reviewed: February 15, 2010

Strengths:    Very light, comfortable, and short.

Weaknesses:    None other than the Ritchey logo comes off quickly but who cares!

Bottom Line:   
These are very light and comfortable for me. It was only $10. What more could I ask for.... I will eventually go for the WCS or Superlogic Ritchey's. Nice product overall.

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Favorite Trail:   Lemoine's Point

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $10.00

Purchased At:   ebay

Bike Setup:   Stumpjumper FSR Disc.

Overall Rating:2
Value Rating:3
Submitted by Juan Bustillo a Weekend Warrior from Chihuahua, Chih, Mexico

Date Reviewed: November 13, 2006

Strengths:    Very light, thin. Nice support at the bottom of the thumbs.

Weaknesses:    Thinner than comfortable (too much pressure in a small area), scratches very easily.

Bottom Line:   
I am in the search for an ergonomic type of bar end.

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Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $25.00

Purchased At:   Local speciality shop

Bike Setup:   Hard tail, front suspension (80mm, Ti springs)

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Ordered an Epic Comp

and I pick it up on wed. After having demo'd numerous other bikes it comes down to the Epic. I wasn't really sure about the "brain" as I thought it was sort of gimmicky but it seems to do the job. For me the Epic seemed to feel closest to a hardtail while still giving the comfort of full sus. I'm su ... Read More »

2013 Stumpjumper ht comp vs 2013 Carve Pro

Hi all, I have found a store pretty close to me, and I can get a 2013 sj ht comp for $1,780 and the Carve Pro for $1,650! I mostly ride the trails close to me which are not to hilly but do have some steep climbs, not to much down hill either. however there are a lot of roots and rocks. which bike do ... Read More »

Stumpjumper FSR comp or Fuel EX 8

Hi, tested both 29ers and both felt comfortable. Considering both as an option to replace my 26 Titus. For the stumpy - upgrade brakes to XT. For the Fuel - upgrade cranck to XT 2X10. Both at the same price range. Anyone csn recommend or has any other observation? Appreciate your help on such tough ... Read More »

Used Stumpjumer FSR Comp or New Kona Hei Hei

Looking to upgrade my ride from an antique hardtail to a full suspension bike. I go about 6'3"ish, 180 lbs, 34" inseam. A 2012 Stumpjumper FSR Comp 29er just appeared on Craigslist for about $1900. I was looking at a new Kona Hei Hei at the lbs for just around that. Lbs said a 22" Hei Hei would su ... Read More »

2011 Jamis Dakar XC comp of 2011 Rocky Mountain Element Sport ?

Hi, I can get a deal on both of these bikes. Looking for a full sus 100 to 120 mm for singletrack/cross country riding for my girlfriend: no jumps/drops I'm mainly interested in the differences between the frames (have parts lying around to upgrade): rear suspension effectiveness, overall fram ... Read More »

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