Ritchey SuperLogic Carbon 10D Flat Handlebar

DESCRIPTION

  • Carbon LCT construction
  • Riser bar position with no vertical rise
  • 31.8mm version

USER REVIEWS

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[Apr 22, 2012]
crux

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
Strength:

Great "alternative" bar that rides very comfortable.

Weakness:

Cost. These things are overpriced, but if you can find on sale then give them a shot

Went from my old standby of Easton carbons to these bars on my rigid bike and wow what a difference. Much more comfortable. The grip position without loosing length in the cockpit is the primary benefit from what I could tell. Have been considering moving them over to the suspended bike seeing if it has the same effect.

For the record mine are the flat versions as depicted here.

[Dec 04, 2009]
lennyd
Racer

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Extremely light for a rizer bar!

Weakness:

So far none

To begin with mine is a rizer not a flat bar. I use barends because of endurance riding and was worried about fitting them to this bar. There's no mention on the Ritchey site about incompatibility. I use Ritchey barends too.
So far the bar has held up well with a fair amount of hours of riding. My only suggestion is that you USE a torque wrench. Max suggested is 5nm. I tightened to 4.5 which is enough. Also, buy them from merlincycles, they're selling MUCH cheaper!

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