MTB Handlebars

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Carbon MTB Handlebars

"When it comes to MTB handlebars, factors such as rise, backsweep, upsweep and width are very important so that the cockpit supports the individual riding style of the rider. Mostly, the importance of perfectly fitting handlebars is underestimated. Personally, I find a backsweep of 8° and an upsweep of 5° perfect, like with the OneUp Components Carbon handlebars or the LEVELNINE Pro Team Carbon. On a Trail bike I ride a width of 780 mm, on an Enduro 800 mm. A well-designed carbon handlebar also gives the rider a little more damping."

Rainer, Customer Service

MTB Handlebars by LEVELNINE

"Handlebars for my mountain bike must be reliable and safe. Nobody wants the bars to break at full speed. It is also important to me that the rise matches the stack of the bike. I prefer high fronts, so I usually use 35 mm of rise. I usually shorten the handlebars between a 770 to 780 mm width. With the backsweep I am rather conservative and stick to the standard measurements of 8-9°. Also, a certain amount of flex in the bars is important to me, so that my hands don't get tired on long descents. That's why I like to use vibration damping carbon handlebars and a 31.8 mm clamp so that the bars are not unnecessarily stiff."

Christoph, Product Management

Aluminium MTB Handlebars

"MTB handlebars come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. With the help of our filters, you will find the right handlebars to suit your personal preferences in no time at all. To do this, you simply enter the values that you like most and thus limit the selection of the displayed handlebars."

Nils, Product Management

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