Ursus has taken a new step forward in handlebar lightness, ergonomics, aerodynamics and integration with the launch of its new Magnus H.02.
Tipping the scales at a feathery 380 grams in a size medium, the Magnus H.02 features a modulated curve at the joint angle to ensure that all cables are completely protected until they reach the 1”-1/2 steering bearing, while a unique expander allows the hosing for the front disc brake to slide directly into the fork steerer, or follow the path of the other cables thanks to special housing that’s located behind the head tube.
Additionally, a replaceable aluminum plate has been integrated into the fixing area of the fork, allowing the hardware to be secured directly into the metal, thus avoiding the risk of damaging the carbon in the event of excessive tightening, while there are two rivets located in the lower part of the attachment for the purposes of a computer mount, resulting in a perfect interface with the front contours of the handlebar.
“it is on the functionality of full cable integration that we have made the most significant improvements. To ensure maximum efficiency in the combination with the different assembly systems adopted by various bicycle manufacturers, the R&D team at Ursus has designed a system that guarantees the best maneuverability of the bicycle and the fluidity of the mechanisms transmitted by the controls that are integrated in the handlebar, ” explains the Italian brand.
Magnus H02 is available in 8 different sizes, ensuring a comfortable grip and aerodynamic position for cyclists of all physiological make-ups, with pricing and availability to be announced.
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