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Zipp Service Course SL Traditional Bar

Zipp Service Course SL Traditional Bar


$102.58
$128.23 Save 20%!

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EV147397-46-NA 460mm In Stock
EV147397-40-NA 400mm Discontinued

Zipp SL Short/Shallow Carbon Bar

Zipp SL Short/Shallow Carbon Bar


$307.80
$384.75 Save 20%!

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EV147394-44-NA 440mm In Stock

Zipp Contour SL Short/Shallow Carbon Bar

Zipp Contour SL Short/Shallow Carbon Bar


$259.92
$324.90 Save 20%!

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EV147392-42-NA 420mm In Stock
EV147392-44-NA 440mm In stock at remote warehouse
EV147392-46-NA 460mm In Stock

Deda Zero100 Road Handlebar

Deda Zero100 Road Handlebar


from $92.32
$115.41 Save 20%!

4.0 (1 review)

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EV147776-40-BLK Black, 40cm In Stock
EV147776-42-BLK Black, 42cm In Stock
EV147776-44-BLK Black, 44cm In Stock
EV147776-46-BLK Black, 46cm In stock at remote warehouse
EV147777-40-WHT White, 40cm Discontinued
EV147777-42-WHT White, 42cm Discontinued
EV147777-44-WHT White, 44cm Discontinued
EV147777-46-WHT White, 46cm Discontinued

Easton Havoc DH Riser Bar

Easton Havoc DH Riser Bar


$74.09
$92.61 Save 20%!

4.5 (2 reviews)

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EV145663-LOW-BLK Black, 750mm In Stock
EV145663-MID-BLK Black, 750mm In Stock
EV145663-LOW-GRY Grey, 750mm In Stock
EV145663-LOW-ORG Orange, 750mm Currently unavailable

Steering is one of the most important areas on a bike, and handlebar choice can transform the feel of your ride. In addition to affecting comfort, handlebars will influence how much control you have over the bike, and what type of riding position you adopt. Mountain bike handlebars are increasingly wider, more upswept ‘riser’ bars, which typically give more control – but are not necessarily as efficient as flatter bars for climbing. For road bike handlebars, drop handlebars are the norm. As usual, weight and strength are a factor in price. We also have clip-on aero handlebars, which allow for the ultimate aerodynamic position – converting a road bike into a triathlon or time trial machine.