Bicycle handlebars are particular to disciplines, with road bike handlebars focused around a drop bar shape, giving many different positions to hold onto. Aero and triathlon bars try to defy wind with aerodynamic efficient shapes. Mountain bike handlebars are either flat or feature a rise, and can be quite wide, depending the riding style desired feel of the bike.

Handlebars Buying Guide

When it comes to handlebars, there are a few things you need to take into account in order to make sure you're getting the right ones for your bike. Firstly, you need to know what size your handlebar clamp is. Mountain bikes will usually have 35mm or 31.8mm while road bikes will usually have 31.8mm. Secondly, you need to decide on the material you want your handlebars to be made out of.

The most common options are aluminum and carbon fiber. Aluminum is cheaper and heavier, while carbon fiber is more expensive, lighter, and stiffer. Finally, you'll need to decide on the shape of your handlebars. This is largely a matter of personal preference but there are a few things you should keep in mind. For example, if you're doing a lot of downhill riding, you'll want wider handlebars that offer more control. On the other hand, if you're mostly riding on flat terrain, you might prefer lighter and narrower handlebars.

Guide to Our Brands

There's a lot to consider when shopping for new handlebars. width, rise, and sweep are all important factors in how your bike will feel and handle. But one of the most important considerations is what material the bars are made from. Race Face makes some of the best carbon and aluminum handlebars on the market, so you can be sure you're getting quality no matter which option you choose.

If you're looking for lightweight performance, carbon fiber is the way to go. Race Face's 35mm clamp carbon fiber handlebars are some of the lightest on the market, making them ideal for cross-country and trail riding. They're also extremely stiff, so you won't have to worry about them flexing under hard riding.

If you're looking for a more affordable option, aluminum is the way to go. Race Face's aluminum handlebars aren't quite as as stiff as their carbon counterpart and they're not quite as light. However, they're still plenty light enough for most riding styles, and they're significantly less expensive.

No matter which option you choose, you can be sure you're getting high-quality handlebars from Race Face. So pick the material that best suits your riding style and budget, and get out there and ride!

If you're looking for a great set of handlebars, then consider Spank. Their aluminum and carbon handlebars are some of the best on the market, and they're sure to give your bike a great look. With their variety of colors and styles, you're sure to find the perfect set of bars for your ride. So check out Spank today and see how they can improve your ride.

Whether you're looking for a new set of bars to enhance your riding experience or you're simply replacing your old ones, Eastern BMX tranny handlebars are a great option. Made from tough and durable Chromoly Steel, they can withstand the rigors of BMX riding. With a variety of colors and styles available, you can find the perfect set of bars to match your bike and riding style. If you're ready to take your riding to the next level, grab a set of Eastern tranny handlebars and hit the park.