FSA's K-Force Light XC Riser Bar is built from a combination of carbon fiber and Aramid, so it can handle the rigors of this discipline, and the reinforced stem area and brake lever zones allow it to handle additional stresses there. The 9 degree backsweep provides a comfortable feel on your ride, and the width out of the box is 685mm, for the leverage you want.
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