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Burgtec Ride Wide Josh Bryceland Signature Riser Handlebar
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Ride Wide Josh Bryceland Signature Riser Handlebar

Mfg PartNum:4501
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Ride High With The 38mm Josh Bryceland Signature Bar

Burgtec's first range of signature handlebars developed with, yes you've guessed it! Josh Bryceland. Josh loved the sweep and rise of the Ride Wide Bars but asked Burgtec to make him something with a bit more rise — and thus the Burgtec Ride Wide Josh Bryceland Signature Riser Bar was born.

Back in 2018 Josh's idea was for something more versatile that he could use on all his bikes. After testing various prototypes, he finally narrowed it down to a 38mm rise bar, the perfect sweet spot. The first material thought was Carbon but after getting to ride various Alloy prototypes he just got more comfortable with the idea of an alloy bar.

So, the 38mm "Ride High" was born. The same unsurpassed comfort and durability as all of the Ride Wide range, but just a bit more rise for a slightly more upright riding position.


  • Width: 800mm
  • Rise: 38mm
  • Available in 35mm clamp only
  • Aluminum alloy
  • Backsweep: 9°
  • Upsweep: 5°
  • Weight: 346g

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Mfg PartNum: 4501 

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