We spotted some good looking components in the Kore booth at Eurobike. Graham Agassiz has a signature OCD M35 bar and stem he developed with Kore. The cockpit will be featured on his bike at Rampage in a few weeks as he looks to send the biggest lines he can find in the Utah desert. The adjustable 40-50mm direct-mount stem has zero rise but comes with 3mm and 10mm spacers because Aggy likes to run his cockpit on the higher side. Weight is 166g for the stem. Aggy's handlebar has a 20mm rise with a matte anodized finish compared to the bead-blasted finish Kore were doing last year. The bar showcases some nice graphics featuring a tree-line silhouette with that B.C. vibe to it.

Kore have a new crank called the Mega. They have always made chainrings in the SRAM standard and now they've stepped up their game with the introduction of a crankset. The Kore Mega cranks come with either SRAM-compatible chainrings or a 104 spider. They're made from 6066-series aluminum and crank length options include 165, 170, and 175mm. No word on availability and price just yet.

Kore's Mega dropper post gets an updated thumb-style lever new for the year and their Torsion line of components get new graphics.

Blast your way on over to www.korecomponents.com for all the details on their range.

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