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Components - Bicycle Handlebar

Ritchey
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BBB Cycling
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Primo
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Hayes Bicycle Components
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Avalanche South Africa
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Cannondale
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3T
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Easton Cycling
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Kalloy
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Stella Azzurra
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Profile Design
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Controltech
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Race Face
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Salsa Cycles
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Zipp
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Truvativ
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Deda Elementi
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DMR Bikes
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Funn
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Full Speed Ahead (FSA)
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ITM
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Odyssey
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Woodman Components
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Wald Sports
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Vision
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Syncros
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S&M Bikes
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Ritchey
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Bontrager
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Forza
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Aerozine
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Crankbrothers
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DEITY Components
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Eastern Bikes
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Éclat BMX
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Fit Bike Co
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HED Cycling
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KHE Bikes
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Renthal
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Nukeproof
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Haro Bikes
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The Shadow Conspiracy
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Subrosa
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Thomson
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Token
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United BMX
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Wethepeople BMX
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Chromag Bikes
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ax-lightness
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Modolo
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Here's a list of popular and relevant bicycle handlebar brands:

  • Enve
  • Answer
  • Pro
  • Spank
  • Jones
  • Deity
  • Ibis
  • OneUp Components
  • Niner
  • Cinelli
  • Fizik
  • SRAM
  • Wolf Tooth Components
  • Curve

These brands offer handlebars for various cycling disciplines, including road, mountain, gravel, BMX, and more. They utilize different materials like aluminum alloys, carbon fiber, and titanium to meet diverse weight, strength, and compliance requirements.

Brands like Ritchey, Enve, and Easton are known for their high-quality and lightweight handlebars, often featuring advanced materials and proprietary designs. Renthal, Salsa, and Answer cater more to the mountain biking segment, offering handlebars with varying rise, sweep, and width options.

Zipp, 3T, Cinelli, and Deda Elementi are popular choices for road and triathlon handlebars, with aerodynamic shapes and integrated cable routing systems.

Brands like Jones, Chromag, and Ibis have introduced innovative handlebar designs, such as the Jones Loop and the Ibis Hakkalügi, aimed at improving rider comfort and control on technical terrain.

This list covers a wide range of handlebar styles, including flat, riser, drop, and pursuit, catering to different riding positions, preferences, and bike geometries.