Giant's Contact SL Trail Riser Handlebars are made from lightweight 2014 aluminum. Engineered for performance and specifically designed for maximum torsional stiffness, they boast pinpoint steering precision plus incredible power delivery.
The EA50 Riser boasts the lightness and durability of Easton's aluminum TaperWall construction for outstanding stiffness and extraordinary strength. Plus, the 27-inch-wide EA50 provides added control for tough, technical sections, and the rise of this bar gives you a more upright body position for confidence on steep descents.
Easton's EA70 Road Handlebar offers awesome strength, low weight and superb control for your road bike. It's constructed from aluminum with TaperWall technology that puts material where you need it and none where you don't. Plus, its ergonomic bends put you in a natural, efficient riding position, while the bar’s double-groove design provides flush cable routing for a clean look and a comfortable grip.
ENVE understands that proper fit, stiffness, vibration damping and lightness are all important, which is why they offer their Compact Road Handlebar. This feathery 215-gram carbon bar is slightly flattened on the tops and has gentle and shallow ergonomic bends for optimal comfort in all riding positions. There are also double cable grooves on the underside and integrated tape plugs to keep things clean. - Drop: 127mm - Reach: 79mm - Clamp diameter: 31.8mm - Weight: 215 grams (44cm)
The SPANK SPOON 785 handlebar is the cost effective upgrade to your cockpit. Built from MGR six series alloy the SPOON 785 Bar is rock solid in the park or on the trail. SPANK’s patented XGT taper process brings comfort and safety, while a Freeride inspired, All Mountain suitable geometry makes the SPOON 785 extremely versatile. With the SPOON 785 Bar, you can save a bit of money without sacrificing quality. Key technologies: XGT Material: MGR Six Series Alloy Weight (g): ±350 (20mm) / ±360 (40mm) Diameter (mm): 31.8 Rise (mm): 20 / 40 Length (mm): 785 Geometry (deg°): 5° up x 8.5° back Finish: shotpeen anodized, laser logos Technologies: XGT, MGR Discipline: race / freeride / trail
Easton's EC70 Road Handlebar boasts a full-carbon construction for premium lightness, superb vibration damping and sprint-friendly stiffness. Plus, its CNT technology offers unrivaled strength and unbelievably low weight, and the ergonomic bends keep you comfortable for miles and miles.
Civia's Emerson Handlebar has an ultra-compact design for improved comfort and an easy reach. It has flattened indentations for cable routing and a 120mm-wide center section for mounting accessories.
Salsa's Cowbell 2 Bar offers a flat transition from bar to lever, therefore increasing comfort. It's made from double-butted 7050 aluminum for sprinting stiffness at a decent weight. The unique feature of this handlebar are the 12-degree flared drops—perfect for cyclocrossers and people who like the extra room to really torque the drops on a sprint or climb.
$166.00 - $181.00
TruVativ's Noir T40 Riserbar is made from TruVativ's unidirectional SL high-modulus carbon for ultra light weight and superb strength. Plus, the slight rise of the bar gives you greater control in technical sections and confidence on steep descents.
Zipp’s Service Course SL-70 bars let you dial in the perfect fit. A short reach to the brake hoods and the revised ramp angle make the drops more accessible and comfortable. This lets you get low and aero without compromising comfort or control. Stiff and light for uncompromising strength and climbing prowess, these aluminum bars are ready for anything.
Megavalanche, Mountain of Hell, you name it—Jerome has seen the top step of the podium. To keep him at the top, he asked TruVativ for a wider, stiffer, lighter bar for ultimate control without sacrificing the toughness that the European enduro circuit demands. And with that, the Jerome Clementz BlackBox Bar was born—in all it's 750mm-wide, 240-gram, carbon glory. This ultra-light bar has the power you need to rail turns with precision, and the strength to stand up to relentless descents. Will this bar put you on the top of the enduro podium? We can't guarantee it, but if Jerome's record is any reflection, it can't hurt.
Standard (15-degree) sweep in multiple heights to tailor rider's position. - Straight-gauge aluminum general-purpose riser bars (not intended for downhill riding) - May come in OEM packaging - Bar Clamp Diameter (mm): 25.4 - Material: Aluminum - Rise: 30mm, 60mm, 100mm - Width: 620mm
$164.95 - $169.99
An ideal handlebar for riding anything from all mountain to downhill, Renthal's FatBar Carbon handlebar combines a blend of strength, stiffness, shock absorption, and weight savings. - Uni-Directional carbon construction - Ride-tuned to provide an ideal combination of stiffness and shock absorption - Increased center section width for fine-tuned flex characteristics - Downhill and twin crown fork compatible - Permanent graphics, set-up grid and cut marks
Giant's Contact SLR Carbon Road Handlebars boast Giant's ultralight full carbon-composite construction for unrivaled lightness, stiffness, and vibration damping. The dual radius drop and an ovalized top profile with a 3° rearward sweep offer amazing comfort. Plus, they have a size-specific reach and drop for ideal ergonomics, making every ride feel perfect. These dream bars are also compatible with clip-on aerobars (sold separately), so you can fly down the road.
- Full composite handlebar
Easton's EA50 Road Handlebar is built for speed. It's constructed from aluminum with TaperWall technology that puts more material where you need it and less where you don't. And, it features restful, ergonomic hand positions so you can ride in comfort all day, while its firm feel gives you the confidence you need to blaze around corners and sprint with authority.
Giant's Contact SLR Trail Carbon Riser Handlebars are light enough for a race rig and tough enough for your enduro bike. This carbon beauty is engineered for performance and specifically designed for maximum torsional stiffness, pinpoint steering precision and incredible power delivery in an extra-wide bar.
Thanks to its CNT technology, Easton's EC90 Aero Road Handlebar is one of the lightest, strongest and stiffest bars on the planet. It's constructed from carbon for amazing vibration damping, fatigue life and efficiency. Plus, the anatomic ergo drop provides an aerodynamic platform for high-mileage cruising, while the wing-shaped top gives you a comfortable perch when you feel like taking it easy.
- Ultra-light high-performance full-SLR composite construction makes for maximum stiffness and lowest possible weight - 9° rearward/5° upward sweep - 19mm rise - Micro-adjust set-up markings - Not compatible with bar ends
Giant's Contact SL Road Handlebar is made from a lightweight, tough 2014 aluminum. It features a dual radius drop and ovalized top profile in six sizes for an ergonomic fit. Plus, it's compatible with clip-on aerobars (sold separately).
Giant's Connect SL Road Handlebar gives you stiffness for power transfer and precise steering. The 2014 aluminum construction makes this bar light and durable as well. The dual-radius drops are comfortable whether you're deep in the hooks or cruising on the drops. Plus, they're aero-bar compatible so you can fly down the road.
$499.00 - $550.00
Giant is a world leader in carbon and their Contact SLR Aero Integrated Handlebars are as masterfully engineered and performance-enhancing as they are beautiful. They boast an ultralight one-piece, carbon handlebar/stem combo for the power transfer to climb more easily, jump out of the pack with ease and sprint for the win. They feature Giant's OD2 carbon technology for superior cornering stiffness and steering precision and come in a complete size run for finding your perfect fit. This dream bar/stem combo has rustproof stainless-steel stem bolts and it is also compatible with clip-on aero bars should you want to go even faster.
Giant's Connect Road Handlebar gives you stiffness for power transfer and precise steering. The 6061 aluminum construction makes this bar light and durable, too. The dual-radius bend is comfortable whether you're deep in the hooks, or cruising on the drops. And, they're compatible with clip-on aerobars in case you need some additional speed.
Giant's Contact Road Handlebar is made from a lightweight, tough 2014 aluminum. It features a dual radius drop and comes in six sizes for an ergonomic fit.
Giant's Contact SLR Aero Carbon Road Handlebars boast Giant's ultralight one-piece, full carbon-composite construction for unrivaled lightness, stiffness, and vibration damping. In addition to having aero-profile tops these dream bars are also compatible with clip-on aerobars, so you can cheat the wind even more. They have a size-specific reach and drop for perfect ergonomics, making every ride comfortable.
Combine a proven shape, proven width, proven materials and a take-no-prisoners approach, and you’ve got the Carbon Descendant riser bars. They are stiff, tough, dependable, and give you all the comfort and positive steering feel you could want. Descendant series bars are the new normal for comfort and control. - Material: Carbon fiber - Width: 750mm - Backsweep: 7 degrees - Bar Clamp Diameter: 31.8mm - Rise: 20mm - Upsweep: 5 degrees - Colors: Black
$55.00 - $59.99
Lighten up! Your cross-country rig, that is, with Easton's EA70 XC Handlebar. Its TaperWall aluminum construction reinforces high-stress areas without adding weight to produce a lightweight bar with Herculean strength. Plus, the shot-peened finish provides additional fatigue strength to keep this bar steering straight and true.
Easton's EA70 Riser Handlebar puts you in the perfect position to tackle technical terrain. Its TaperWall technology precisely controls the thickness of the aluminum in critical areas to maximize strength without adding excess material. This produces a bar with extraordinary strength, low weight and excellent durability that will keep you charging hard for years to come.
- Ultra-light high-performance full-composite construction - Race proven 5° rearward / 5° upward sweep - Micro-adjust set-up markings
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