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The All Mountain bar offered by Raceface achieved quite a respectable review lets see what they had to say:

On paper, the Atlas is only a degree different to the Easton Havoc but it has a totally distinct shape. When I fit an Easton bar I won't touch it, but the atlas needs rotating a tad forward to get the control centres at the right angle. It's not a big deal but it does go to show the geometry doesn't always add up across the brands.

The Atlas is cold-drawn from seamless Air Alloy aluminium and has a top-quality finish. The shot-peened surface didn't seem to scuff up as badly as others when installing SRAM shifters and whilst it's not as wide as some, the weight and price are very respectable.

Full write up can be viewed in May 2011's magazine

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