Wound Up Composite ATB X Wound Bar Handlebar

Up Composite ATB X Wound Bar

Wound Up Composite ATB X Wound Bar

User Reviews (2)

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Cahava rider   Cross Country Rider [Dec 09, 2009]
Strength:

I can't believe how long these handle bars have lastest, after more than 10 years of hard trail riding in Arizona, numerus crashes, and they're still purfect. I feel I should replace them just because of age, I was glad to see that they are still avaliable on line.

Weakness:

None

Never hand any issues with these handle bars over the years, and now they are on my third bike build. These bars are very light, and like I mentioned above, after 10 years and still holding up probably the best bang for the buck in a light weight flat style mountain bike bar.

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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
sean goode   Downhiller [May 28, 2000]
Strength:

This bar is light and it has lasted close to 6 years! I bought it for a ridid bike to help dampen the trails and it has outlasted 3 bikes!It has lots of delamination but no burrs cracks or creaks yet

Weakness:

price at the time.. in 94~4 an 80$ handlebar was alot of money

It seemed like alot of money then, but now I look back at it as well worth it. I would like to find a new one for new bike I am building...

Similar Products Used: I've bent every aluminum bar I have ever owned so none..
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RATING
5
VALUE
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5
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