Azonic World Force Riser Handlebar

World Force Riser

The World Force Riser bar is a strong and durable barThat is marked for easy cutting and a polished grip areaThat helpsTo keep your grips in place. Double-Butted 2014-T6 aluminum 31.8 clamp size Bead blasted finish for added strength 762mm (30”) Width for ultimate control Marked for custom cut length 3x9 Degree sweep Polished grip area for better grip adhesion Center stem spacing: 90mm Published Weight: Black- 310g , White- 320g

User Reviews (29)

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john miller   Downhiller [Jul 02, 2002]
Strength:

doesnt flex, looks cool, has full warenty

Weakness:

none yet

good all around bar

Similar Products Used: titec hellbent, specialized riser, answer taper wall.
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5
VALUE
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5
Leonard   Weekend Warrior [Dec 28, 2003]
Strength:

Good rise and angle. Strong,do not flex.

Weakness:

None yet, had only one test ride.

Christmas present to myself! Couldn't be more happy. Had a 3 hour test ride on the 26th and could feel the difference and the benefits immediately. These riser bars make my bike fit me better and ride much better. Wheelies are easier and this big clydesdale is cruising the Koolau's with a big smile now! Can't wait for the next ride. Anybody should buy these bars if you want to make your bike more comfortable and enjoyable to ride. Aloha kakou.

Similar Products Used: N/A
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5
VALUE
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5
Jeremy   Weekend Warrior [Jul 03, 2007]
Strength:

Nice rise, nice sweep, nice looks, strong as hell and light as a feather

Weakness:

umm...some idiot will find a way to break them?

Yes, you will break these bars if you are a moron and/or use them as a breaker bar for your Kenworth wheel nuts. In that case, you should stick to rollerblading

I've heard from many folk that these are one of the strongest bars out there. They are machined from a solid block of alloy, so you couldn't really get any stronger before going to motocross bars. They own! If i could give 10 chillis I would. Do yourself a favour, throw your easton or truvativ in the bin and buy these!

Similar Products Used: rubbish no name brand, various easton and truvativ
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RATING
5
VALUE
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5
Aaron   Weekend Warrior [Jan 24, 2007]
Strength:

Unbreakable, Easton like weight ratio, Azonic like strength. 265 Grams for downhill apecific bars made of aluminum is quite astonishing considering the carbon Monkeylight is only 21 grams lighter

Weakness:

Finish scratches and wears easily most noticeable underneath grips and clamp mounts

Cheap as hell depending on where you buy it, Encourages transferring weight and really getting into a turn when needed, IT WILL NOT FLEX OR BREAK. Still not the lightest strongest bar on the market but one hell of a deal-maker considering its price to performance. Im still waiting for handlebars for an all-mountain specific use. All thats on the market is super nimble xc superlight bars or heavy duty downhill bars that a gorilla couldn't bend.

Similar Products Used: Bontrager Crow Bar, Bontrager Big Earl, Easton Monkeylight DH
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RATING
4
VALUE
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5
sempai   Cross Country Rider [Feb 13, 2006]
Strength:

-light
-tough
-excellent dampening

Weakness:

-doesn't come in smaller XC lengths (or at least not where I looked and at the price I wanted)

I had to cut this 2'' riser bar to 24.5'' length because the free-ride 27-28'' it comes in is absurdly wide for XC use.

The reinforced design and light weight makes it great for use on the trail, even if it's more developed for free ride. I have planted the bike from some serious jumps and I haven't noticed any flex. Vibration is down substantially and there is little to no jarring on sidewalks.

For thirty bucks this is a great upgrade from the 'alloy' handlebars that came with the bike. The 2'' rise is a perfect complement to the 6 degree stem.

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RATING
5
VALUE
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5
Kevin   Downhiller [May 28, 2007]
Strength:

very strong, lightweight, attractive colors, nice finish

Weakness:

nothing really

The bar was a great price so I bought it even though I didn't need it, It is still an awesome bar

Similar Products Used: Answer Pro Taper Riser Handlebar
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RATING
5
VALUE
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5
Shane Dearing   Weekend Warrior [Sep 06, 2001]
Strength:

wide, perfect sweep, no flex instill loads of confidence

Weakness:

huge width takes a little getting used to

Sweet, great width and sweep great stability at speed

Similar Products Used: Titec hellbent
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RATING
5
VALUE
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5
Bogus Blake   Downhiller [Dec 21, 2001]
Strength:

Perfect rise, sweep and width. strong and stiff.

Weakness:

who are we kidding with this one? if you whine about this bar being "too heavy", you are using it for the wrong thing. besides, its not that heavy.

come on, its just a handle bar, right? its the best feeling, best looking, and best value on a real DH bar around, if thats what you mean. i dig the guarentee, too. wide bars are great for slow speed ultra technical stuff, and these work great. did i mention they look cool? i wasnt aware of how a real riser bar should feel until i mounted these up. i cant believe i could even ride down the street with the piece of oem crap that came on the bike. sure, there are other DH bars that work and fit just as well, but does a protaper look as good as this? no way.

Similar Products Used: specialized riser
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RATING
5
VALUE
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5
Nate   Weekend Warrior [May 20, 2000]
Strength:

Strong, fairly light, comfortable, stylish.

Weakness:

didnt come on my bike stock. Not everyone uses them and they should.

These are by far the best and most comfortable bars I have ridden with. They are extremely strong and have a strong finish so they dont scratch easily. My Titec HellBent bars that came stock on my bike were only on for one ride before they got scratched and I took them off. They also had a crappy feel and made for an awkward riding position. World Force Riser Bars are by far the nicest bars out there. Go buy some.

Similar Products Used: Titec HellBent
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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Paladin   Cross Country Rider [Mar 18, 2003]
Strength:

It is strong, perfect shape and size for my application on a fully rigid singlespeed used in xc riding and racing. Great control, proper rise and sweep for me.

Weakness:

You gotta be kidding. Oh, yeah, it's hard to get grips to hold tight on the anodized aluminum.

I love it. It's strong, light, perfectly sized and designed for my application. I really reef on it climbing, and it never torques or twists. And it was cheap and looks cool, too. I'm 185lbs and have dropped the fully rigid bike onto rock at more than three feet and no problems. I like the control I get from this bar considering that I gave up suspension and gears on this rig.

Similar Products Used: Race Face, Titec, Easton
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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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