Ritchey SuperLogic Carbon Logic II Handlebars

SuperLogic Carbon Logic II

  • Customized reach and drop for different bar widths
  • Unidirectional carbon monocoque construction
  • Extended 31.8 center section is compatible with clip-ons

User Reviews (1)

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twain   Triathlete [Feb 26, 2009]
Strength:

- 186 grams is amazingly light (44!)
- Awesome feel in the drops; perfect for descending
- Clip-on compatible

Weakness:

Ritchey Evolution series looks better-more upright.

The Ritchey SuperLogic Logic II handlebars are crazy light. It's amazing that they are clip-on compatible. The are also "crazy functional". I am a fairly conservative descender so I really value handlebars that feel good in the drops. The design of these bars is perfect for me. They feature an aggressive mid-bend that provides an excellent and secure feel when descending. The bar ends extend back, giving additional security; you feel like your hands won't run out to the ends prematurely. They are also a nice perch when descending. Ritchey has a slightly different bend with their Evo models; in my opinion, the Evo looks slightly better because it's more upright. But, for me, the performance of these SuperLogic II's surpasses the looks. By the way, Logic II is Ritchey's way of saying the reach and drop is customized for all three bar widths. Additionally, riding on the hoods was comfortable and well placed.

These are impressive bars that improved my descending skills while also saving weight.

Similar Products Used: Ritchey Evolution, Easton EC90, FSA SLK, Ritchey Biomax
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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