The Most Compliant E-Bike Rated Bar On the Market
OneUp Components Carbon E-Bar is 20% more compliant than other carbon handlebars, which means more comfort and less fatigue on longer rides.
E-Bikes let you ride further for longer. They're heavier and more physically demanding to ride. That makes reducing fatigue even more important.
This is OneUp's most compliant handlebar yet and it's equipped with integrated ports for E-Bike controls. Their patented oval design delivers a more comfortable ride without giving up any steering response or strength.
That oval profile also minimizes arm pump with vertical compliance and maximizes steering response with lateral stiffness. It narrows to just 20mm to maximize vertical compliance. For reference, the thinnest portion of a traditional handlebar is 22.2mm.
The Carbon E-Bar has internal routing for Shimano STEPS switch units and Bosch LED Remote. It also passes the stringent Zedler E-MTB Advanced Plus standard and the international DH standard (ASTM Cat. 5 Downhill).
- Geometry: 800mm Wide / 35mm Dia. / 35mm Rise / Sweep 8° Back 5° Up
- Weight: 238g
- Stealth Routing: Wire ports & grooves for controller
- Max Stem Clamp Width: 65mm
- Note: You will require a stem that can accommodate a center wire port. Two piece faceplate stems are ideal.
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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