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Niner Flat Top RDO Carbon Handlebar
Price: $160.00buy now
Since it's built with the same technology found throughout Niner's top-level carbon frames, you won't be surprised to learn that the Flat Top RDO Carbon Handlebar loses a cool 20g of claimed weight compared to the non-RDO carbon model. Those lost grams litter the RDO bar's trail of production,...
Niner Low Top RDO Handlebar
Price: $199.00buy now
Achieving a neutral saddle-to-handlebar relationship can be difficult, regardless of whether it's a fat bike, touring bike, or 29er. In one application, Niner's Low Top RDO Handlebar perfectly positions riders with a sub-27-inch standover on its X-Small frames. But, that doesn't mean it's limited...
PRO Tharsis Trail Riser Di2 Handlebar
Price: $219.95buy now
While the PRO Tharsis Trail Riser Di2 Handlebar can stand alone on merits of vibration damping smoothness and stiff responsiveness, what really sets it apart is its ability to cleanly integrate Shimano's off-road Di2 groupsets. All-mountain and trail riders will appreciate this bar's functional...
PRO Vibe Carbon Handlebar
Retail Price: $279.95buy now
Our Price: $128.78
Our Price: $128.78
Get clean lines and responsive steering with the PRO Vibe Carbon Handlebar. It's unidirectional carbon construction balances strength, stiffness, and low weight for precise handling through technical turns and high-speed sprints. The Vibe's compact shape puts the drops in easy reach to promote...
Profile Design 1/ThirtyFive Road Handlebar
Ideally, the drops of a handlebar should be parallel with the ground. According to Profile Design, the reason why many of us break that sacred covenant is that, as frame geometries and handlebar shapes have evolved, those of us who prefer a level transition from the flats to the hoods have found...
Profile Design 1/Twenty Road Handlebar
If you prefer your bars with a slight upward rotation, then rest assured that you're not alone. Rotating the bars up can level the slope from flats to hoods, but it does often come at the expense of steep drops that aren't as stable as they would be if the bars were rotated forward. The short...
Profile Design 1/ZeroFive Road Handlebar
The reach and drop of Profile Design's 1/ZeroFive Road Handlebar describe a study in contrasts. The 70mm reach is reminiscent of shallow, compact ergo bars, while the 122mm drop reminds us of a more standardly proportioned ergo model. The combination of the two, when combined with Profile's Drop...
Profile Design ADL Aluminum Clip-on Aerobars
Price: $99.95buy now
One of the first cyclists we noticed using extensions with an S-bend shape on bars like the Profile Design ADL Aluminum Clip-on Aerobars in a time trial was Ullrich, the German powerhouse and perennial Tour runner-up. That's no surprise, as riders like Ullrich built their careers on producing...
Profile Design Aeria T2 AL Aerobar
Price: $349.95buy now
Profile Design introduced an aluminum version of its Aeria aerobars with the Aeria T2 Alloy, and they look and perform much like their lighter counterparts, with a notably lower price. While you won't get any of the road-dampening, weight-saving benefits of carbon, you'll get almost all of the...