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Save The Track Bike Bar

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We're super stoked to let you know that we are upping our handlebar game with this newest edition to the AC parts family, the Save The Track Bike (STTB) drop bar.  These are a traditional deep track bar, of which Kyle Kelley proprietary of Golden Saddle Cyclery and Trackosaurusrex said "it looks pretty good."  These are named with Kyle's suggestion after his Save The Track Bike button campaign

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They are light, stiff, and sport a classic track drop.  The bar clamp is 31.8 and they come in 40 and 42cm widths and in ano black or polished silver.

Specs

Material: 6061 Aluminum
Reach: 105mm
Drop: 170mm
Weight: 350g



The best part is the MSRP which is a ludicrously low $44.  They are available now so go get some.

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May 16, 2012

Those look straight sexy. I’m crushed though, I bought a used track bar about a month ago for more than your preposterously low price! But on fixie #3, they are what’s going on.

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