Bolt up the Ritchey Pro Flat Handlebar and hit the trails with ultra-accurate steering and minimum weight to hold you back. Double-butted construction ditches excess material so you can ascend climbs quicker, while a bead-blasted finish reduces stress risers for long term durability. Available in three widths, the Ritchey Pro compliments everything from leverage-needy single speeds to quick-handling, tree-dicing XC rides.
The Easton EC90 Track Pro Handlebar isn't for your steezy pothole-jumping urban fixie. It's a tool whose uncompromising stiffness provides leverage for the powerful zero-to-twenty-thousand-watt accelerations of world class sprinters on the velodrome. A full fifteen percent stiffer, and half the weight of a typical steel drop bar, it's for good reason that the EC90 is supplied to both the French and United States Olympic track teams.
You like your bars a little higher than flat, but not chopper-style. The Ritchey SuperLogic Rizer Carbon Handlebars give you a little lift without making your trail bike look like a motorcycle. Full-carbon construction provides rigor-mortis-like stiffness to make sure you get some dividends on all that effort.
Keep that front end low and mean with the Sunline V-One Flat Handlebar. A flat bar gives you more leverage for the climb and lets you trounce those slow, techy sections like how Sitting Bull did to Custer. A nice, meaty, 30-inch length gives you added control, and the triple-butted 7075 aluminum won't fold under questioning.