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Race FaceTurbine R 35 20mm Rise Handlebar

$79.99

Item # RCF005M

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  • Stealth, 35mm, 800mm ($79.99)
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Item # RCF005M
Description

Give yourself a confidence boost.

Dial in your cockpit with the confidence-inspiring control of the Turbine R 35 20mm Rise Handlebar by Race Face. Designed for the technical descents inherent to enduro racing and aggressive trail disciplines, this 800-millimeter wide bar features 20 millimeters of rise for an optimal riding position when you're descending steeps at high speeds. The 35-millimeter diameter and 7075 aluminum construction maintain stiffness and durability when you're riding harder and faster than you ever thought possible. This way, you can rip knowing it's up to the job of smashing across rock piles and hucking massive hits, even if you're a bigger rider.
 
  • Confidence-inspiring stability for enduro and aggressive trail
  • 7075 aluminum construction maximizes its strength-to-weight
  • 800mm wide for high-speed stability and greater leverage
  • 35mm diameter for greater strength and stiffness levels
  • 20mm of rise places you in optimal descending position

Tech Specs
Material7075 aluminum
Diameter35mm
Rise20°
Sweep8° backward, 5° upward
Width800mm
Recommended Useenduro, trail
Manufacturer Warranty2 years
Weight

Actual Weight

Stealth, 35mm, 800mm
310g
10.93oz

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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How to Change Bike Stem & Handlebar

In this video I am showing you how to change your handlebars and stem. In this case I am upgrading to wider bars -- 760mm RACEFACE Turbine and upgrading my stem to RACEFACE Aeffect 40mm. The task of changing these parts is not hard and very easy to do.. Just be aware of how tight you are cranking down the screws when putting everything back together!