The Protaper 810 is, you guessed it, 810mm wide. Answer Protaper Alloy 810 Are 800mm wide bars not cutting it anymore? Answers latest Protaper Alloy bar might just be what you’re looking for. Their latest is 810mm wide with a 3” rise in a 31.8. The Protaper Alloy ($ 66) is available in 810mm and
Aaron Gwin crashes twice, going down hard the second time, and still finishes his race run! Unfortunately, he got disqualified for re-entering the course a little lower down than where he exited after the crash. Men’s Results 1. Alexandre Fayolle 2m52.758s 2. Mark Wallace 2m56.084s 3. Marcelo Gutiérrez 2m56.199s 4. Florent Payet 2m56.556s 5. Connor
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Behold the 810mm alloy handlebar. Answer showcased a number of new products at Sea Otter this year, but their super wide Protaper Alloy handlebars are what caught Mtbr’s eye. Sure other companies make a bar wider than 800mm, but do they make an 810mm bar with a 3” rise at 31.8 clamp diameter? These things