There’s a spankin’ new PNW Range Handlebar with a 31.8mm or 35mm clamping surface, so riders can choose the weight and flex they prefer. It’s also lighter than the Gen2 model.
When it comes to mountain bike handlebars, there are pros and cons to choosing carbon. We want to know what you’re running, and why!
We test the Enve Alloy Mountain stem and carbon M5 handlebar on a hardtail mountain bike, and get some insight into the design and engineering behind it.
ProTaper offers carbon handlebars in a number of shapes, and two different clamp diameters. We compare the ride feel of the 35mm and 31.8mm clamp diameter bars.
Sam checks out SQlab 30x carbon mountain bike handlebars, and explains the advantages of more back sweep.
The PNW Range bars offer additional backsweep for a comfortable position while the stem has a mount for a camera or light.
A 25-degree flare, 440mm width, and foam-filled interior makes this gravel bike handlebar ready for the trails.
The e*Thirteen Race Carbon handlebar and Base 35 stem are a good choice for a comfortable trail bike cockpit.
Many mountain bike handlebars with a 35mm clamp diameter can feel harsh, so OneUp designed theirs with an ovalized shape to give them more flex.
The Syncros Fraser iC integrated Cross Country handlebar and stem is lighter and less expensive than the competition.
The SDG Components Junior Pro kit upgrades key mountain bike components to make kids’ bikes lighter, more comfortable, and easier to maintain.