Schmolke SL Lowriser

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  • Ergonomically designed Lowriser with 15 mm rise and 6° bend. In addition, the width of up to 800 mm allows for a persistent controlled and calm steering.

    This makes it especially attractive for technical challenging areas. Our Lowriser are made with a 280 mm middle section. Only the best carbon fibres (about carbon) available are

    good enough for the TLO line. No compromise is made in terms of stiffness and saftety, which makes this product a natural choice for cross-country. Stems with 31.8 mm clamping diameter including those with four clamping bolts may be used.

    Our extralight 21 mm carbon plugs are designed to fit these Lowriser bars.

    Our bars may be shortened by up to 10 mm on each side, so please make sure to order the right size for your requirements.
    Barends cannot be used on these bars! If you are not sure about using barends, you will have to order the SL version which is 30 g heavier! The TLO bars, which do not have the option to fit barends, are not stressed as much as the SL version. This is particularly true in case of a crash. Hence they are stronger than the SL version!

    • MTB Lowriser SL
    • 31,8 mm / 6° bending
    • Rise: 15mm
    • for barends
    • sizes: 62-82 cm
    • weight: 110-128 g
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    • By default we send all Schmolke bars and seatposts with 1k finish. If you want 3k or UD carbon finish (appr. 2 weeks manufacturing delay) just drop a short comnment when you check out.

    • By default all Schmolke bars and seatposts can be used up to 85 KGs rider weight. if you want the S (enhanced) version (up to 110 KGs; 5 to 7 grams heavier) just drop a short comment when you check out.
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