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One Up 35mm Carbon handlebar

Tested against other carbon and foam-filled aluminium bars, One Up claims this bar offers a 21% increase in vertical compliance and a 28% increase in steering stiffness.

£115.00
Score 9

Deity Skywire 35 carbon

Deity has only recently offered bigger bore, 35mm diameter, handlebars. The range includes two carbon options, with the Skywire here the lighter weight enduro/all-mountain model.

£134.99
Score 8

Hope Carbon Handlebar

The simply named Hope Carbon Handlebar. It has s a reasonable weight for carbon fibre and has a nice compliant feel to it too.

£160.00
Score 8

joystick 8-bit alloy handlebar

Joystick 8-Bit Alloy handlebar has been thrust into the limelight as it just so happens to be the handlebar of choice of none other than Loic Bruni.

£70.00
Score 9

best mountain bike handlebars

Pro Tharis 9.8 is a solid and dependable aluminium bar that’s ultra-stiff and hasn’t missed a beat over 100 of kms and various test bike duties.

£74.99
Score 9

Truvativ Descendant DH 35

The Truvativ Descendant DH 35 bar is part of a fleet of bigger bore models in both carbon and alloy, with plenty pro rider signature geometries and widths.

£67.00
Score 8

use ultimate boom carbon

Certified as strong enough for riding anything up to DH yet the first thing that strikes you is how amazingly light the USE Ultimate Boom Carbon bar feels.

£134.99
Score 9

best mountain bike handlebars

In terms of width and stiffness the Burgtec WR Carbon Enduro handlebar is bang up to date. A great addition to a longer travel trail or all mountain bike.

Score 9

renthal fatbar 35

We ended up liking the precise control and shape of the Renthal FatBar 35 handlebar so much that it’s stayed put on our own bikes.

£69.95
Score 9

Part of a new Nukeproof component line-up, the Warhead carbon handlebar claims to be one of the strongest on the market. >>> The best mountain bike handlebars The bar uses common…

£99.99
Score 9

Renthal Fatbar

The Renthal FatBar was one of the first 780mm bars and it’s still bang on the money width–wise. >>> Click here to find the best mountain bike bars The shape is…

£64.99
Score 9

Easton Havoc Carbon

Even though the Easton Havoc Carbon is a dedicated 800mm-wide downhill bar, which isn’t normally our bag, but we’ve decided to put it to the test because it’s light enough for…

£129.99
Score 9