X-Lite Carbon Riser Handlebar

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X-Lite Carbon MTB Riser Bar. Handlebars Riser. Using T-700 carbon and a combination of extensive FE analysis, rider testing, destruction analysis, and a detailed confidential construction process, the X-Lite XLRC710 riser bar gives you a more upright cockpit position, but the same amazing ri ....

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