Before ditching your old bar, why not cut off a couple of cms and see if your legacy length still works for you with modern bike geometry?
Both pieces perform solidly on the trail thanks to thoughtful design and quality construction.
These are not intended as a suspension replacement but rather as a complementary component that adds damping at my hands, helping take the edge off of rough tracks without changing the feel of the bike.
When Chromag first launched the alloy handlebar in 2003, it was one of the widest bars on the market at 720mm. Times have changed!
Work a little more, pack a little less.
Ben has been riding the combination of the new Deity Components Skywire bar, Copperhead stem and Knuckleduster grips all winter to find out if the price tag is reflected by its on-trail performance.
Newmen Components debuts their new handlebar line consisting of multiple bars and no rider weight limits.
After some time riding the Joystick cockpit as a whole, we found the parts are clearly designed by riders, and are made with an attention to quality.
Truvativ decided to take this Descendant bar to the next level and improve the carbon layup even further, taking more time to look at the tune the flex, rider position/fatigue, and trail buzz.
A handlebar that flexes vertically, and a stem that holds a multitool - yep, there's more to OneUp's new cockpit than meets the eye!
Spank makes lofty claims about Oozy Trail 780 Vibrocore ability to reduce arm fatigue on the trail—the thing is, they're actually all true.
This handlebar and grip combo was a life-saver (or perhaps rather a thumb-saver).
PNW started with the mission to deliver the best customer experience while producing thoughtful products at a reasonable price. I've been riding two of their newest products.