Ritchey are never afraid to take an unconventional route, but it doesn’t always pay off weight wise, with the Prologue’s weighing a hefty 598g.
But, in terms of adjustability, you’ll certainly be hard pressed to fault the them. The underslung extensions are adjustable for reach and rotation, and the long ski bend means plenty of hand positions just like the Ambrosio’s.
There are no tidemark markings on the extensions for symmetrical trimming, though, and no portholes for internal cable routing.
The ribbed, low sweat pads are on arms that slide outwards exactly as far as you want on twin bolted clamps rather than being limited to pre-drilled holes.
All the hardware does make them the heaviest here, which puts them a step back in terms of performance against obvious competitors.
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