Everything about Bicycle handlebars - The good and bad

Everything about Bicycle handlebars - The good and bad

Ever bend your bars and they just don’t feel the same? Or have a heavy front end and need to lighten it up? Stacked plugging you with all the information to give you warranty on your next set of bars to schooling you on the lightest bars out now. You with feel like a guru next time you pick up a new set of bars from our online site or our store front. Geometry will be your highest grade.

We understand the importance of quality handlebars for your BMX bike. That's why we offer a diverse range of BMX handlebars designed for performance, comfort, and durability.

Q: Which handlebar fits my bike?

A: The diameter of the tube that is clamped by the stem (Gooseneck) determines the size diameter you need. Most kids/bmx bikes are 7/8" (22.2 mm in metric). Road, beach cruiser, commuter, E-bikes, and MTB bikes usually have 25.4mm (1" in standard). MTB and road are also coming in 31.8mm at the moment. The second is the rise (height of bars measured from center of clamping tube to center grip tubing), choose a similar size because going with too large of a rise will demand longer cable which can get expensive.

Q: What are the strongest bars?

A: All the bars we sell are either Chromoly or Aluminum and are back by a warranty. The more expensive a handlebar is the stronger/weight ratio gets better. 

Q: What's the lightest handlebar?

A: Usually is the double butted or composite style handlebars. Check you style for the current lightest handlebar.

Q: Which handlebar should I pick?

A: Each rider has different taste. Start with something similar to what you want and try as many as possible. You won't know if you like something until you try it, there are no short cuts. Go out and try some sweet handleabrs.

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