Blackspire Riser Bar Handlebar

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Blackspire Riser Bar. Handlebars Riser. Cold drawn seamless aircraft alloy riser handlebars. ?Intended Use - Freeride, All-Mountain, XC ?Clamp Size - 25.4 or 31.8mm ?Weight - 315g ? Width: 710mm ?Rise - 1..5? or 2" ?Colour - Black

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