Bicycle component giant FSA has followed its extensive revamp of both road and mountain bike lines in 2018 with an expanded range for gravel and adventure riders in 2019.
FSA’s K-Wing AGX bar combines an aero-top section with a sculpted transition into the drops Warren Rossiter / Immediate Media
FSA’s carbon and aero topped K-Wing bar wouldn’t have been our first guess for a new gravel version, but the AGX is exactly that.
The 230g (42cm) carbon bar matches the ergo drop of the K-Wing with a re-profiled and sculpted cross-section for a better hold at the hoods. The compact (115mm x 75mm) drop is also flared for better control and clearance when descending.
The drop is flared for control and clearance and the scalloped shape at the drop transition is claimed to make for a more secure and comfortable hold on the hoods Warren Rossiter / Immediate Media
SL-K Modular super compact crankset
The SL-K modular crankset comes in two super-compact options Warren Rossiter / Immediate Media
FSA’s second-tier carbon line SL-K also joins the dirty drop bar party with the new super compact crankset.
The hollow carbon arms are mated to an AL7075 CNC-machined chainring pairing. It’s available in both 46/30t and 48/32t combos. It tips the scales at 617g.
K-Force modular super compact crankset