Chapter 2 has introduced its latest carbon handlebar called the MANA-GRVL, treating gravel cyclists and bikepackers alike to a one-piece design that offers seamless integration and improved ergonomics necessary to tackle the great expanse.
According to Chapter 2, at 12°, the MANA-GRVL offers the requisite amount of flare to accommodate the riding position of most riders, while the bar’s profile seeks to increase airflow thanks to its sculpted, one-piece design.
The New Zealand company also saw fit to spec the MANA-GRVL with a 31.8mm diameter, allowing riders to use clip-on TT Bars and other accessories.
Additionally, while Chapter 2 would love to see its new MANA-GRVL paired with their RERE, TERE and HURU framesets, the bar is designed to work with any frame that has a 1-1/8” fork steerer.
Weighing in at an impressive 330 grams, the MANA-GRVL sells for $499, which features the same 110mm drop and 7° stem rise across all sizes.
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