Soma's 456 Track Bar features the classic Cinelli track-style shape, but the drops extend back a little farther. It's made of steel and is great for sprinting!
- A design similar to the Nitto and GB randonneur bars. - Unlike typical road race bars, it offers a comfortable position when holding onto the ramps (behind the hoods) - Polished 6061 T6 aluminum with no cable grooves - Ramp width (center to center) is 65mm less than width at the drops - Drop: 130mm - Reach: 87mm
- Drop bar designed with off road use in mind - Width of flats on top: 340mm - Grip area has a slight flare - Bar-end shifter compatible. 300g - Clamp: 31.8mm - Width: 56cm - Drop: 112mm - Reach: 65mm
$59.90 - $79.90
- Inspired by shallow drop bars produced by Jack Lauterwasser an Olympian cyclist from the 1930's - A great mix of comfort and unique style - Choose aluminum or chrome-plated Tange steel - Clamp: 25.4mm - Width: 480mm - Drop: 93mm
- Named after Don Walker, an Australian champion racer and good friend to Marshall Major Taylor - Chrome-plated Tange steel - The drops have a 7 degree flare with very little reach - Clamp: 25.4mm - Width (center-to-center): 44cm - Drop: 130mm - Reach: 65mm
Salsa's Bell Lap Bar is made from 7075 aluminum for a stiff, lightweight, pro-level bar that works just as hard as you do. It's got 12-degree flared drops and larger bends, perfect for cyclocrossers and people who like the extra room to really sprint and climb. The angles are perfect for modern integrated levers and have double-groove cable routing that's Campy, SRAM and Shimano compatible.
Think about it: there are only 3 contact points on a bike, so you'd better make each one as comfy as you can. Salsa makes it easy with the Carbon Poco bar. The Pocos feature super short reaches and longer drops that fit smaller hands better and bring the bar closer to your body, making a tucked position easier for shorter riders. The tops boast hand-friendly, ergonomic tops and the sloping anatomic section was made a bit steeper to bring your hands closer to the brake levers. The angles are perfect for modern integrated levers and have double-groove cable routing that's Campy, SRAM and Shimano compatible. And, the carbon construction quells road chatter and keeps the bar feathery light and insanely strong.
Salsa's Cowbell 2 Bar offers a flat transition from bar to lever, therefore increasing comfort. It's made from double-butted 7050 aluminum for sprinting stiffness at a decent weight. The unique feature of this handlebar are the 12-degree flared drops—perfect for cyclocrossers and people who like the extra room to really torque the drops on a sprint or climb.
$120.00 - $315.00
We're not allowed to sell Jones products online, and we're not allowed to ship Jones bars unless they're part of a more complete bike. But you can check our inventory here. Give us a shout if you want to place an order. The Loop H-Bar has the same hand, stem and brake lever position as the original H-Bar but the cross bar sweeps forward to allow the levers to go behind the cross bar instead of in front. This gives longer uninterrupted hand positions and will allow trigger and grip/twist shifters to fit on the rearward extensions (unlike the original H-Bar and the Cut H-Bar). The continuous front loop of the bar enhances stiffness and is good for additional aero hand positions and mounting lights, GPS devices etc. This bar provides comfort and power with an impressive weight. With the levers in the optimum position the rider is superbly placed for fast riding while still enjoying all the hand positions available. The rearward extensions allow extra leverage and a wider hand position - be it for comfort or power. All H-bars are for a 31.8 stem and the cross tube is now tapered and butted with a 31.8 mm clamp area. The grip tubes on the aluminum version are also butted for strength, and weight savings. A common question about the Loop H-bars is whether they work with barend shifters. The short answer is yes, but we don't like to put them in the ends of the bars for a couple of reasons: putting the shifters in the ends of the bars it puts them in a position where they are likely to hit parked cars or trees, as well as moving them farther from the other controls and the main hand positions. Finally, the grips would need to be modified significantly to accept the cable housing, or the bars would need to be wrapped with bartape, which won't give you quite as much padding as the ESI grips that we have made for the bars. When we use barend shifters, we mount them on the Paul Thumbies, which have hinged clamps that allow you to mount the shifters in front of the crossbar. They work great! Great for; Mountain bikes and road bikes, Fat Bikes, Touring, Bikepacking Adventures, Singlespeeds, City Riding and more! Compatible with; Trigger shifters, Gripshift, Shimano twist shifters, Rohloff, (hinged) thumb-shifters and Singlespeeds.
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