Product Details

Our Alloy Atlas handlebars are our most popular model because they got everything right. They are made of the strongest material, they're nice and light, they're highly tunable, and now, they're sporting some extra width

Adding a 35mm bar diameter to cold drawn 7075 alloy is what makes the Atlas one of the toughest bars in the already legendary Atlas family.

Features
  • Manufactured from cold drawn, 7075 Aluminium 35 optimised triple butted design
  • Sweep: 8° rearward, 5° upward
  • Bar Diameter: 35mm
  • Rise: 20mm
  • Weight: 300g
  • Width: 820mm
  • Built For: AM/ENDURO/DH

About Race Face
Race Face was created in 1993 by a group of die-hard mountain bikers hell-bent on doing things differently. When the gear couldn't keep up with the riding, they made their own, parts that are strong, lightweight, and durable; that perform better.

Race Face Atlas 35 20mm Riser

Product Code RF-HB-AT35-20-820BLK
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$149.00
RRP $165.00 | Save 10%
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Black / 20mm $149.00 $165.00
Blue / 20mm $149.00 $165.00
Green / 20mm $149.00 $165.00
Red / 20mm $149.00 $165.00
Stealth / 20mm $149.00 $165.00
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Product Details

Our Alloy Atlas handlebars are our most popular model because they got everything right. They are made of the strongest material, they're nice and light, they're highly tunable, and now, they're sporting some extra width

Adding a 35mm bar diameter to cold drawn 7075 alloy is what makes the Atlas one of the toughest bars in the already legendary Atlas family.

Features
  • Manufactured from cold drawn, 7075 Aluminium 35 optimised triple butted design
  • Sweep: 8° rearward, 5° upward
  • Bar Diameter: 35mm
  • Rise: 20mm
  • Weight: 300g
  • Width: 820mm
  • Built For: AM/ENDURO/DH

About Race Face
Race Face was created in 1993 by a group of die-hard mountain bikers hell-bent on doing things differently. When the gear couldn't keep up with the riding, they made their own, parts that are strong, lightweight, and durable; that perform better.