Atomlab TrailKing Handlebar

1/5 (1 Reviews)
Weight : 710 grams


Product Description

  • 2.5" Rise
  • 22.2 clamping area
  • Classic .065 cromoly styling


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Overall Rating:1
Value Rating:1
Submitted by Whitmore a Weekend Warrior from San Antonio, Texas, USA

Date Reviewed: July 4, 2008

Strengths:    The are a really nice looking pair of bars. They have sub-laminated graphics on the from and a strong clear coat.

Weaknesses:    I worked on bunnyhops with the new sweep and the bars bent from me puling on them. WTF? I would not use these bars. You can't get a hold of atomlab either. I called 14 times and email just as many. They also charged me twice on my credit card.

Bottom Line:   
Companies just don't care about their customers. I am just glad I did not order a bike from them with there trend of not calling people back. These bars are junk and this company is getting there. This is why WE the biking community need to gainfully employ our local bike shops and buy from the little guy. This company used to be the little guy and not they are just another crappy corporate company.

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Favorite Trail:   Any Skate Park will do.

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $30.00

Purchased At:   Atomlab.com

Similar Products Used:   Gusset Prison Bars-The best cross bar raisers out there.

Bike Setup:   Rigid front and back Azonic Steelhead single speed. All street and park.

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