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FSA
Omega Compact Handlebar

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Ride in comfort without breaking the bank.

FSA's Omega Compact is an affordable handlebar with a short reach and shallow drop, making it easier to conveniently access all points of the bar. A smooth bend ensures comfortable transitions from the drops to the hoods and makes it easy to shift and brake from either hand position. A slight 4 degree flare at the ends provides improved ergonomics and steering control in the drops. Because they're built from 6061 alloy, the Omega bars achieve a great balance of strength and weight savings.

The FSA Omega Compact Handlebar features a 31.8mm clamp diameter, 80mm reach and 125mm drop. They are available in BB Black and various widths. Claimed weight 300g (claimed; 42cm).

Width is measured center to center from the flared drops. To achieve your desired hood position, we recommend going up one size from your typical handlebar size.

 

Handlebar Style: Drop Bars 

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Great price and quality
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Perfect for the smaller rider, like me. Great price at WBW!

Reviewed 7/20/2013
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Light weight strong and comfortable
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by Bike Vegan
Daily Commuter
Lincoln, Nebraska
0 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Price was right and fit is perfect and comfortable for long rides

Reviewed 11/19/2017
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Great value
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by Joel
Houston, Texas
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I switched to these from track bars on my fixed gear since the drop was so low. Did everything i needed them to. The drop isnt too deep and thats why i chose these. For the money, u couldn't ask for more.

Reviewed 3/30/2015
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Comfortable & good value
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by Lee
Cycling Enthusiast
Indy
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I have a FSA Compact bars on my main bike & like the bend & fit. I bought the 42mm Omega Compacts for my spare bike, they replaced some 44mm older, Ritchey WCS anatomic bend bars. The 2mm narrower bars as well as a shallower drop have improved the overall fit and comfort of the bike.

Reviewed 1/20/2014
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I wish I had these bars as long as I have been biking.
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by JoeGo
Cycling Enthusiast
San Dimas, CA
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I finally decided to try shallow and compact bars. What a difference they make. These bars are not carbon but I can't imagine any property besides weight that I am missing. These bars make a huge difference in comfort when in the drops and all at a great price.

Reviewed 10/28/2013
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Great deal to get a handle on..
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by Road4Track
Competitive Racer
Seattle, WA
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Sure carbon bars are sexy, but practical?

If you ever fall down, or if your bike falls down when you're not on it, then these are the bars for you. Affordable, comfortable and don't crack after a mishap... just sayin'.

Reviewed 3/13/2013
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