Truvativ has stepped up its commitment to off-road riders with an updated line of handlebars, stems and seatposts.
Available from May 2011, the new catalogue includes the all-mountain, cross-country Noir range, the light and responsive Stylo collection and aka components, which sit halfway between cross-country lightness and downhill heft. Wider ‘bars feature across every line.Truvativ’s Stylo T30 stem
“More bar means more control, more power, more balance, more comfort – basically more of everything you want,” say Truvativ. “So we’ve added wider bar options across the board. Simple as that.”
Founded in 1997, Truvativ was acquired by Sram in 2004, while the 2011 range features an updated logo and graphics.