If you’re building a new bike or want to replace some scratched and dented components Truvativ has all of your control-center needs covered.
Starting at the stem, the Atlas 7K alloy bar holster can be flipped for 6° or rise or drop and comes in 40-90mm lengths in 10mm increments with a 31.8mm handlebar clamp. Oh, and there’s a nifty mount that can be added to the faceplate for GoPro cameras or whatever else fits the mount. Retail pricing for the Atlas 7K will be $75.00, €78.00, £69.00, and VAT is included for all EU and UK prices.
The SRAM-owned brand also has four new handlebars on offer that they say are aimed at XC and trail riding. The Atmos Carbon Flatbar offers 9° of back sweep and a 31.8mm clamp surface, with a 760mm total width that can be trimmed by as much as 40mm per side. It weighs a reported 190g uncut and retails for $170, €176, or £157.
On the aluminum front, the Atmos 7K Flat bar is also 760mm wide with a 31.8mm clamp diameter and 9° back sweep. It’s made of 7050 aluminum alloy that can be trimmed by 30mm per side, and weighs 250g at full length. The alloy Atmos 7K tube sells for $70, €72, or £65. An Atmos 7K Riser bar copies all the same important numbers and adds 10 or 20mm of rise to make it a little cozier on descents for the same price.
Ya gotta hold on somehow too, right? Truvative Descendant grips cover the sticky part in the fresh variety of colors pictured above. While we don’t have weight info Truvative did mention that “the ridged pattern allows for a soft-to-touch feel and makes for superior grip and control.” The grips are held tight with a single lock-on ring, and they retail for $30, €32, or £28 per pair.
Get more info on the SRAM website.