Truvativ’s bars used to be awkwardly shaped but the new ones are easy to position and offer decent performance for the price.
A slight forward lunge through the top bend means the Stylo Team still ﬁtted most wrists better when twisted back slightly. Otherwise the mid-rise, medium layback ﬁt was well liked.
The pronounced double bend leaves a respectable 225mm of control space either side. It has laser etched logos and rotation/centring marks and there are 2cm of chop marks either side if 680mm is too wide.
Buzz isn’t too bad even on long rocky descents and we’ve had no doubts about its shot peened strength in the several months we’ve been riding it. The 40g weight saving over the £31.99 Stylo Race is deﬁnitely worth paying for.