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Not sure how to review a roof rack bar but these are great. I have had every length of these made on all sorts of vehicles. They have held bikes, kayaks, mattresses, mother in laws and everything else in between.
If you need a bar, this will work.
Here is what is listed on the Lezyne site.
Height 95mm (S) / 130mm (M) / 180mm (L)
Here is a size chart for the Archon:
This tire was great for the first ride. Great traction, it is fairly light weight for what it is, it is 980grams instead of the 1300 or so listed. It wasn't until I was on the pavement riding back to the house after the ride that I noticed the tire had a crazy hop to it. Little did I know it had a bead failure. I put the bike in the backyard while we drove back up to Mt. Bachelor to get the vehicle, upon returning home the tire had completely blown off the rim. It may be an isolated incidence but I won't risk being 20 miles out in the wilderness on this tire again.
Keep your ear to the ground, the new stuff is coming!!
There is nothing I don't like about this stem. The machine work, the anodization, the logo work all the way down to the hardware they use they really hit a homerun. To be honest with all of the meticulous detail that this stem has it looks like it could fit in just fine on a space shuttle, wait they crash, maybe a Masserati. Not to mention you get good old fashioned made in the USA quality right out of Georgia.
If it weren't for the discouraging price these derailleurs fetch I would have them on every bike I ride. I run them when I can afford the, but mostly on my XC/AM rig as I can't afford to keep a stock of these for my DH/FR rig. The shifting on these combined with the XO shifters is unparalleled, it is crisp, fast and extremely precise. The 1:1 actuation is superb and the longevity this equipment displays is amazing as long as it does not get mangled in a brief contact with immovable objects.