Review: Race Face Atlas Bars
"Race Face were there at the start of the wide bar movement and while the majority of brands scratched their heads, Race Face went to town. Roll on a few years and their product is still a great example of the environment they were designed to exist in."
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"The bar is one of the stiffest that we've ever used, and it also shrugged off a massive amount of abuse in the shape of some huge airs gone awry, as well as inspiring confidence in the steepest of downhill terrain thanks to its extra height that moves weight bias towards the rear of the bike"
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RaceFace Atlas Cockpit Review: Bar, Stem, and Grips
"The Atlas group is their answer for any enduro or gravity rider."
"The Atlas bar comes in a variety of colors and flavors for just about everyone’s personal taste. A flat bar, a ½” rise, and a 1 ¼” rise are all available in a variety of colors. I decided on a minimal rise of ½” for my review. At 785mm in width, the Atlas is just shy of the widest bar I have used. At 340 grams, I’d consider it to be about mid-weight, as the growing carbon market is pushing wide bars down to the mid-200s (grams). The bend is a familiar 8° back sweep, 4° up sweep, which puts your wrists in a comfortable position. The bar is internally tapered for a combination of strength, flexibility and low weight."
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