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Velo Orange Velo Orange Crazy Handlebars - 31.8mm, Silver
$169.99
The VO Crazy Bars are intended for touring on paved and unpaved roads, single and double track, gravel and crushed limestone, and everything in between. The main, swept back section provides excellent control and leverage on rough and tumble surfaces, while the the bullhorn section offers an aero position for smoother roads and headwinds. The junction of the horns and sweeps feels similar to being on the hoods of drop bars and makes for a nice, neutral position. The main bar uses a 22.2mm grip area so MTB grips, levers, and shifters fit. The "horns" are 23.8mm, so road components like bar ends and inverse levers are compatible. The stem clamp area is 31.8mm.
Surly Open Bar Handlebar
$102.99
Surly's Open Bar Handlebar is the go-to option for a good time. It features lots of space for grips, shifters, brake levers, or any combination of the a fore mentioned. The swept-back angle is comfortable for your wrists, and the stout chromoly construction is durable yet compliant. It's at home on bike paths or neighborhood cruises, and at an ominous 666mm, it's even wide enough to tackle some singletrack.
Jones H Bars
$174.99
These bars may look unconventional but the bottom line is that they flat out provide better handling and more comfort than a traditional bar. A wide range of better hand and body positions ensure more power, comfort and control. 45 degrees of sweep puts your wrists in a natural and relaxed position for lasting comfort. Jones H-Bars are available in three styles: Loop, Cut, Bend. The Loop H-Bar is the most full-featured of the three: it has the widest range of positions, the most mounting options for gadgets and lights, and is the stiffest. The Cut H-Bar is almost identical to a Loop, but it loses the center section of the loop, and because of this it has less room to mount your gadgets. It's also not as stiff because the two grip tubes don't connect in the center. The Bend H-Bar is an H-Bar stripped-down to its bare essentials: long, 45 degree grip areas for amazing comfort and a few very good hand positions. It's a great way to get the amazing feel of a Jones H-Bar even if you don't need the whole range of positions and mounting locations. Most material/style combinations are available in two widths: 660mm and 710mm. Both have the same basic positions and the same shape, but the 710mm version adds a fully-upright position at the back of the grip area. This is a great position to have for touring and any kind of riding where you might want to sit fully upright without needing access to the controls. The 660mm version is best for navigating very tight singletrack or narrow city/commuting situations. The 710mm is our most popular width, and has laser-etched cut guides so you can cut it down to the 660mm width.
FSA Metropolis Handlebar
$108.50
FSA's Metropolis multi-position handlebar features a stylish wing shape for an ergonomic, flip-flop design at home on your commuter, cruiser, or cafe racer. Set it as a high flyer or low rider to suit your personal and riding styles. - Weight: 300g - Width: 620mm - Backsweep: 46.5­° - Lever Compatability: Mountain 22.2mm - Rise: 32mm
Fyxation Rodeo Bullhorn Alloy Bar
$64.99
- Wide center profile for on-the-top spinning and a 205mm forward extension with upswept ends for sprints in the city or on the track - Can be used with track grips, bar-end shifters, or brake levers if needed - 1-piece 6061-T6 aluminum construction
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