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If variety is the spice of life, then Surly's Moloko bar oozes umami at every bend. It offers a multitude of hand positions to keep you comfortable and in control over the course of a long day riding over varied terrain. It also has plenty of spots to mount your various accessories. Dangle a handlebar bag from it, strap some lights to it, throw a GPS on it (if that’s your thing), and ride all day. It comes in a standard width of 735mm but if 685mm is more your style, don’t you worry. We added cut marks so you can easily make it so.
- Material: CroMoly Steel.
- Clamp diameter: 31.8mm.
- Width: 755mm; cut marks for 685mm.
- Rise: 0mm.
- Sweep angle: 34º.
- Weight: 709g.
- Color: ED coated black.
Ordered by Most Relevant First
NW Washington State
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
Best touring bar yet is still not good enough
This bar offers a variety of hand positions and plenty of space for my cupholders and lights, but it's not as awesome as my imagination. I'd like to be able to move from sitting bolt upright with my arms out catching wind like an umbrella as I grab the brakes to a full aero tuck with my arms ahead of me like an arrow and at each stage I'd like my palms facing each other. Palms facing the pavement is asking for carpal tunnel syndrome.
To improve this bar increase the sweep until there's no curve in the outer tubes, then continue them forward until they meet. Until then, this will do.
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