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Salsa CowChipper Handlebar
Salsa CowChipper Handlebar

Salsa CowChipper Handlebar

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The Salsa CowChipper Handlebar combines a traditional shape on the hoods and flats with 24° flared drops for extra stability and comfort for long off-road adventures.6061-T6 alloy construction keeps them strong and light, and the wide 120 mm center section is compatible with clip on aerobars for added versatility.


Details:

  • 96 mm reach
  • 116 mm drop
  • 24° flare
  • Widths measured center to center

Handlebar Style: Adventure Bars 

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Reviewed 12/7/2018
by Rob
Competitive Racer
Seattle, WA
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Comfy in the drops all day long

I have this bar on my Fargo which I use with full wrap fenders and 42c gravel or 2.0 29er tires for commuting and light off road as well as my tandem. Set up with a higher rise stem than my road bike, I find myself riding in the drops like I ride on the hoods on the road bike. The drop is low enough for plugging along in a headwind but high enough that I can rock them on the trails (like what you'd ride your hard tail MTB on). Being in the drops vs brake hoods feels way more stable on unpavedoff road stuff. The width in the drops yields more leverage, same reason MTB bars are getting so wide. Being able to ride in the drops allows for a more relaxed grip, looser arms and better flow (death grip makes for a rough and fatiguing ride) with out the risk of bouncing my grip loose from the hoods or off the front of them on rough stuff or unexpected dropsbumps. These bars are a must for gravel grinders, drop bar mountain bikes, tandems and I like them for commuting in poor weather (rain, frost, snow). I've not yet tried them on my cross bike because they might be too wide to bump through traffic in the chicanes. They also come in carbon for about 2 bills and 100 grams lighter. Great stability and comfortable, be sure to set them up high (think setting up the drops where your hoods would be).

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Reviewed 10/24/2018
by Chris w
Northern il
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I dont always use drops

But when I do I use cowchippers. Seriously though. Im not a drop rider, My hip flexors give me issues if I ride them too much. I do however find myself using these more

Often and the one thing Ive noticed is its easier to breathe because their wider and you can open your chest,

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Reviewed 8/30/2018
by Jsshort2302
orlando fl
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Great bar

I bought a Salsa Journeyman and opted for this bar instead of the stock one. Absolutely loved it. I have since installed one on our tandem and also converted my flat bar Surly Troll with this drop bar, just great!

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Reviewed 3/22/2018
by James
Cycling Enthusiast
New Mexico
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Great bars for gravel adventure bike

I wasn't sure about these coming from road style drop bars but a couple of rides in and I love the increased control and comfort.

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