First Look: Gemini's 99-Gram Carbon Handlebar is Made-to-Order

Feb 21, 2023
by Mike Levy  
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If you're looking to build a really, really light mountain bike, you might be interested in Gemini's new Wässat handlebar that's said to weigh just 99 grams in a 740mm width. That's so few grams that they're calling it, "the lightest XC handlebar in the world," a claim that I can't refute after almost five minutes of Googling. If you haven't heard of Gemini, they're a Spanish brand that sells just four different handlebars, all of which are made in Barcelona and none of which are very heavy.

And if your Spanish handlebar isn't exotic enough, you can click the 'Configure' button on the website to customize the build and the price. The Wässat sells for 219,9 € consumer direct and custom options will cost an additional 100 € and go up from there. That's less than the 537,19 € one-piece Pröpus, but their Instagram page is full of wild-looking custom-painted one-piece handlebars that definitely cost even more.
Wässat details
• Intended use: Cross-country
• Material: Carbon fiber
• XC or DC (+25g) carbon layup options
• Width: 740mm (680 - 800mm custom)
• Up / back sweep: 5° / 7°
• Diameter: 31.8mm
• Weight: Starting at 99 grams
• MSRP: 219,9€
• More info: www.ridegemini.com


Light but stiff but compliant

The first thing to know is that this is actually Gemini's most normal handlebar – the others are all one-piece carbon fiber stem and handlebar combos, including the Pröpus that's two pictures down. The Wässat is basically the non-integrated version of the Pröpus, with the same 5° of upsweep and 7° of back sweep, but with a 31.8mm clamp area to let riders adjust the roll and combine it with any stem they want. Just as long as it's light and expensive, of course.


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The flat sections between the stem and clamping zones are said to add both compliance and precision.


It also uses the same 'GMN' shaping as the Pröpus, which are oval sections between the stem clamp and the controls. We've seen this before, and the idea is to allow for a bit of vertical compliance while, "the stiffness of the handlebar against turning forces exerted by the pilot gets dramatically increased." I've used handlebars of similar shape in the past and haven't been convinced of the benefits, but they were all much heavier than the Wässat; it seems to me that an ultra-light handlebar would benefit more from this approach than one with nearly twice as much carbon, but that's only me armchair engineering.

Speaking of carbon, Gemini says that they use Mitsubishi MR70, and also that, "the Wässat is made of high-end carbon fiber, with an intermediate module and produced in Europe, developed to satisfy the most demanding clientele of the aerospace industry."


Custom everything

Since Gemini is building these things in-house with their own molds and bladders, and in relatively small numbers, they can also make you a custom version of any of their handlebars. The standard width for the Wässat is 740mm, which makes sense given its cross-country intentions, but you can ask for anywhere between 680mm and 800mm, as well with either a unidirectional carbon or a 12k weave. Next up, the water-transfer decals, which are white or whatever color you want, obviously, go on under either a classic gloss finish or a matte job that comes with a barely acceptable 1.9-gram weight penalty.

There are also two completely different carbon laminates to choose from; the Ultra-lightweight is the, ugh, ultra-light one, and comes with a 90kg / 198lb weight limit, while the Performance version cutoff isn't until 120kg / 264lb. Gemini says that the latter comes with a 25-gram weight penalty.

What's with the name? "Wässat is a star of the constellation Geminis, and like all our products, all of them are named after stars of this constellation."


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The Pröpus is the one-piece version of the Wässat and can be had with a 50mm to 100mm stem length. It can weigh as little as 149 grams and costs 537.19 €.


What do you make of Gemini's handlebars? Personally, I'm probably not the guy for a 99-gram handlebar but, given that there's no shortage of less expensive or burlier options out there, I'm glad that it exists in the same way as that 3D-printed titanium stem for a few months back.

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168 Comments
  • 217 3
 this screams dangerholm
  • 367 2
 or just danger
  • 19 24
flag Larkey1 (Feb 20, 2023 at 5:02) (Below Threshold)
 @Woody25: holm
  • 11 1
 @Larkey1: anger
  • 27 0
 Like Cheech and Chong: Danger, Holmes!
  • 131 1
 MSRP: “TBA” usually stands for “To Be Announced.” But in this case, it could be:
-Titanic Bank Account
-Thick Billfolds Accepted
-Takes Bread, Amateurs
-Tantalizes Baller Anesthesiologists
-Trouble’s Brewing Ahead (if the wife finds out)
  • 4 0
 Nah. He has to stick with the same bars he has used on all of his builds.
  • 14 0
 @WRCDH: It's updated with the price, which wasn't in the PR info: 219,9€
  • 6 0
 @mikelevy: that's too bloody astronomical. Price remains TBA.
  • 13 1
 The price is one thing, but what bothers me is that they're labelled as customisable and configurable, but all you can really change is the aesthetics and essentially none of the important parameters such as rise and sweep. High price for carbon bars where you can set the numbers as you like? Sure.
High price for carbon bars where you can choose shiny or no-shiny? Hard pass.
  • 22 7
 @codfather1234: You can get it made anywhere between 680mm and 800mm, which (I hope) is different than just getting the 800 and chopping it down. You can also choose the carbon layup, which is pretty neato if you're into that.
  • 2 0
 @mikelevy: so like if i wanted revbars, but i dint want a transformer on the front of my bike they could do that?
  • 2 0
 UCI WC DH Approved
  • 2 0
 @mikelevy: hey Mike, I've got a Schwinn Pro GT 2000 for u to test ride if you have the time?
  • 3 1
 @Woody25: Dangerhold
  • 4 0
 Dangerholm will find a way to shave another 10 grams off this
  • 3 0
 @mikelevy: That actually is very cheap for this type of product.
Schmolke,MCFK,AX-Lightness and others in this category all go for double or more.
  • 116 4
 I’m sure these will be snapped up quickly
  • 53 1
 Cracking out the puns early.
  • 52 0
 They'll be breaking into the market in a big way.
  • 23 3
 They sure are going to result in a snappy performance
  • 28 1
 @codfather1234: It's a niche product, they'll only get a splinter of the market but they hope it'll make a lot of noise
  • 41 0
 will shatter expectations
  • 60 1
 Weird flex, but okay?
  • 5 1
 I only have a fiber in my wallet, might not be enough.....
  • 9 6
 I know you're kidding but after seeing a friend snap a carbon handlebar and crash on a trail with deadly exposure (he got lucky and caught himself) you couldn't pay me to run one of these.
  • 33 1
 @rickybobby18: cool story, but weaving it into the pun thread doesn't resinate
  • 4 1
 @VtVolk: he that goes by the handle Rickybobby should be barred from the pun thread
  • 6 1
 @VtVolk: Wassat?
That's my new carbon handlebar from Gemini
A bit prompus don't you think?
  • 3 0
 @VtVolk: Yeah, we should bar him from the thread until he gets a grip...
  • 60 0
 Funny thing about the weight limit talk, is that it’s quite standard with weight limits on both complete bikes and their components. Often when you buy a bike from a big brand, if you check the manual closely (but who does that haha) you’ll find weight limits usually around 115-130kg.
So in that regard, a regular dude weighing 100kg can be just as close or closer to the “snap limit” as I would be at 75kg with a 90kg max handlebar. But no one ever worries in that case.
Also, part of the beauty of with these nice boutique manufacturers like Gemini, Darimo, Schmolke etc is that you can simply ask them for stronger in general, reinforced clamping areas, reinforced bar ends etc and they’ll make you a one-off carbon layup just for you. And it’ll still be lighter than almost everything else out there.
Still, not for everyone or course - but food for thought when it comes to the discussions!
  • 5 30
flag blackthorne (Feb 21, 2023 at 0:37) (Below Threshold)
 Yes but carbon is carbon, it’s not like they have some magical new material or groundbreaking manufacturing process that no one else has.
  • 23 2
 @blackthorne: not really. There are huge differences between different fibres and resins in terms of stiffness, impact properties (fracture propagation, ...) and strength. The young's modulus typically varies between 170 to over 600 GPa for different fibre types, which means two otherwise identical parts can have a 4-fold difference in stiffness.
And bike components are not typically made to aerospace standards. Heck in aerospace you typically have any sort of silicon banned from the whole facility to avoid any sort of contamination, and in the bike industry everyone seems to love silicone bladders. I'd bet you with the proper resources one could make an enduro bike at half the weight without losing anything in terms of durability...
  • 20 1
 In Germany we have a saying about blind people talking about colors… parts of this discussion feels that way to me. A lot of people speculating about the stability of a product they are not the target group for, have no real interest in, and would never buy…

Personally I prefer a product, where the maker gives a concrete weight limit instead of just providing a standard value that their Chinese subcontractor uses for all their products…

If someone is actually looking for a handle bar like this, and is willing to spend this kind of money on it, those small manufacturers like Schmolke or Gemini will often even offer to provide an individual layup for your bar to address any stability doubts you might have.
  • 3 2
 @blackthorne:

Are you implying that a carbon handlebar is inherently weak? Not the case from today's reputable brands (I've run chromag, deity, oneup, answer) and most have the benefit of actually feeling better than an alu bar.

Also, in case you're new here, we don't downvote dangerholm.
  • 6 9
 @WasatchEnduro:
Are you insane?
1. Where did I say carbon is weak?
2. Where did I say one material feels better than the other?
3. Where did I downvote Dangerholm?
4. What is with the "in case you're new here" kind of schtick?

@SleepingAwake
I appreciate the much more thoughtful response than the other guy. I should have articulated a bit more: I prefer carbon bars on all my bikes as the flex and vibration absorption are better than alu. However at the super high end, where it is already assumed that the best types of carbon must be used, my thinking is that, at that point it is just a matter compromise on flex vs. stiffness, rather than the discovery of a new technique that gives Gemini a substantial difference in stiffness over the other boutique brands.
  • 4 0
 @SleepingAwake: With the proper resources..... I would love to see someone employ real aerospace grade manufacturing to have a bike made to those standards. Just to see the comment section explode over the price :-)
  • 1 0
 @ak-77: Haha yes for sure. a technician from Lockheed Martin spending a week on a layup blocking the mould in the meantime, placing carbon prepregs that cost 600$ a kilogram won't come cheap...
  • 1 0
 @FuzzyL: I wonder is the generic weight limit is due to independent testing? A friend of mine makes offroad wheelchairs. He knows his wheelchair can safely carry heavier people over the 120kg. However the TUV test is rated up to 120kg. To pay for another test rated for bariatric people is really costly and the market is so small for him so he doesn't bother and just advertises a 120kg weight limit.
  • 1 0
 @froman82: the answer is pretty obvious... unless you assume an 80 kg rider got on the bike the bars snapped like spaghetti and they said "whoa, 79kg max, 80 is obviously too heavy".
  • 42 1
 I switched my bars out for the cardboard roll from the middle of some wrapping paper. That got them down to sub 50g. Best of all, there's no weight limit specified by the manufacturer.
  • 12 1
 I taped some toilet roll tubes together. Weighs a gram or 2 more, but it did come with bar end protection preinstalled, untill the cat gets hold of it..
  • 21 2
 Regardless of intended usage, it would make me very nervous buying a lightweight carbon bar only intended for XC. Think Id rather save 100-200g or so somewhere else!
  • 41 4
 A packet or tow of laxatives a couple of hours before each ride should do the trick.
  • 28 1
 I think this strictly addresses a clientel who already saved every gram elsewhere.

And you can get a layup intended for downcountry, if you can tolerate an extra 25g ;-)
  • 37 0
 @bigtim: *two. You fat-fingered Luddite.
  • 2 0
 @FuzzyL: fair point
  • 7 1
 @bigtim: I don't think I'd need the laxatives, I think the fear would straight up do that job for me.
  • 2 0
 @FuzzyL: HERESY
  • 2 0
 @bigtim: laxatives and whiskey, hit them with the GG Allin special.
  • 3 1
 Bars snapping is worst nightmare scenario IMO. I'll buy some cheaper, overbuilt bars thanks.
  • 15 0
 Meh. I hate my face due to excess teeth, lack of scars and a functional nose. I've been waiting a long time for a bar like this!
  • 5 0
 @sancho-ramerez: save some more weight by snapping some teeth off!
  • 4 0
 @Mattgc: Lol. Yes but the metal they use to put your jaw back together will add too much weight.
  • 2 0
 I've never been nervous about using carbon bars- I think a set of Easton XC bars were the first bit of true bike bling that I saved up for by mowing lawns back in high school. But one that's this light, I just don't know. Looks gorgeous though.
  • 2 0
 @BeerGuzlinFool: even titanium? Lol
  • 6 0
 @bigtim: I know this is a joke but do the anti weight weenies really think every weight weeny eats a three course meal and strictly avoids the toilet before every ride?
  • 8 0
 So I bought some $40 aliexpress carbon bars, 760mm, that were legit 200 grams. Flexy as pasta. I figured I'd ride them till they broke, and they never did! I eventually replaced them with the oneup ovals, but I was very surprised at their durability with my 200 pound dad bod. 1/10 would I recommend this tho.

If I ever suffer a mental health crisis and build up a gravel bike, I have them saved in the basement.
  • 2 1
 @hamncheez: I bought some $14 EC90 carbon bars and rode them for about a season without incident. Not sure about the weight, but they were more flexy than an athletic younger sibling.
  • 1 0
 @ervinb123: we go strictly no fiber for a week before the big race
  • 17 0
 I would completely trust a set of these bars, as long as the grips were mounted right up against the stem.
  • 10 0
 Regarding the XC and DC option, I wonder if anyone has ever done some in depth analysis of handlebar stress in different disciplines. Today XC is pretty rough and you have a 100-120mm fork. That would suggest bottom outs will be more common and maybe even harder than if you have a long fork + tyre inserts and hardly ever bottom out.
  • 9 2
 Isn't DC just XC, but for people who can't, or choose not to, ride fast?
  • 4 0
 @VtVolk: I think DC stands for dual crown.
  • 1 0
 @r-zero: "down country"
  • 2 0
 Very good point! A test like this would be great to see!
Be advised on that in the future PB!

DH seem rougher than XC, but then you have larger tires, wheels, suspension, all absorving impacts before the stem and handlebars. And, of course, we should take rider´s style and technique, have a good landing and all others that will prevent massive strikes to the equipement.
For example, we all have that one friend that on the first obstacle punctures his tires and then, others that have never changed a rubber
  • 13 0
 Oh snap
  • 8 0
 schmolke is lighter (85g according to their website), yet less wide and for lighter riders. but hey
www.schmolke-carbon.com/product/mtb-flatbar-sl-oversize-48-74-cm

fun facts: you can choose how easy they will break when picking your rider weight Smile
  • 7 0
 Definitely not the lightest out there. The Extralite Hyperbar3 is 98g and that’s in a 750mm length. I run them on all my bikes, they have held up fine so far, and not just for XC usage.
  • 5 0
 Lovely piece of equipment, not sure if this is the lightest, and of course Pinkbike checkes using google (!). They have not seen, or weighted, the bar. This is a press release and you can get much more complete info about the bar on the Gemini web site.

But still I am glad that people are trying to make bikes lighter, not heavier!!!!! And the price is actually not out of bounds. My Renthal carbon bar, at almost twice the weight, is now unfortunately in the same price range.
  • 4 0
 Just scoping their website, it looks like the enduro bar is a cool piece of engineering, and it might alleviate some strength concerns. I'm not the rider who needs it, but I'd look at that before any of the others I think. Somewhat unrelated, their Vostok computer mount is cool for any one-piece set up, and could likely be successfully marketed to roadies with one-piece cockpits who can't get access to whatever proprietary computer mount the manufacturer is always magically out of for also a lot of money.
  • 4 0
 Even chinese ultra light, forged and drilled everywhere funn copy stems hold up downhill riding surprisingly fine. I'm not saying that making sub 100 gram bars is a good idea at all but sometimes, asumptions are so wrong. It wasn't long ago that stems had 3 bolts for the steerer tube and weighted 500+ grams... If it wasn't for weight reduction ,we'd still be riding iron horse sundays with a double ring up front and not the fantastic enduro bikes we have today. Said so, my steel enduro hardtail weights about 15.5kg
  • 5 0
 Extralite has a 98g bar at 750mm. Schmolke - 99g at 740mm, Darimo - 98g at 740mm. There may be others. So much for "the lightest xc bar in the world" marketing, when others have been doing it for years.
  • 9 2
 A handlebar with a weight limit. What could possibly go wrong?
  • 8 2
 I'm feeling fat shamed.
  • 20 0
 Everything has a weight limit, even if the manufacturers don't state it
  • 13 0
 To be fair, a lot of race-specific gear does come with weight limits and it lets the manufacturer design the product for its intended use rather than having to make it strong enough for everything and everyone. The handlebar isn't for me (or most of us) but the weight limits serve a purpose.
  • 2 33
flag KK11 (Feb 20, 2023 at 9:57) (Below Threshold)
 @mikelevy: if the handlebar is not for most of “us” then why even post the review?

For most of us, it’s Outside the real of relevance. Just saying…..
  • 51 3
 @KK11: Is this a review?

What a strange comment to make. Just because it's not for you or even most of us doesn't mean that some people don't find it interesting. And given that I can see the viewing numbers, I know that is the case.
  • 12 0
 @mikelevy: I like these kinds of posts. Thank you
  • 6 0
 @mikelevy: I like these kind of clapbacks. Thank you
  • 4 0
 For the past few years, Schmolke have a 99g 740mm bar in their line up.
www.schmolke-carbon.com/product/mtb-flatbar-tlo-oversize
  • 4 2
 I made the stupid mistake of buying some 115gram MCFK xc handlebars a few years ago. Although I was under the specified weight limit, I only had them on the bike for one ride before replacing them as the amount of flex was very disconcerting.
  • 5 0
 If you're having broken parts I feel bad for you son I got 99 grams but a bar ain't one
  • 8 3
 This screams emergency room.
  • 9 4
 Dentist`s need to make money for their new yetis hey
  • 4 0
 Props to the photographer for using chop mat for the background. The 1st pic is striking and looks great.
  • 1 0
 Admittedly, as a big ol fatty fat fat, the idea of lightweight components is kind of lost on me. That being said, even if I was less weighted for downhill, I still don't know that the thing that stops me from crushing my ribs on a steerer tube, or worse, is where I'd want to save my grams.
  • 1 0
 I love multiverse stories like this.
  • 5 0
 So can you get custom sweeps? Custom everything means custom everything.
  • 3 5
 Doesn't say custom everything
  • 6 0
 @mikelevy: It literally does say that. It's a heading.
  • 7 6
 @alexsin: Literally?
  • 8 0
 @mikelevy: Yes, where is says "Custom everything" using literal words.
  • 2 0
 @alexsin: I think that's pretty much the definition of "literally"
  • 1 1
 @cooperquinn-wy: A handle bar has a number of key defining factors: width, weave, finish, decals, upsweep, backsweep, rise and clamp diameter. In this case "custom everything" means width weave and decals. 3/8 is basically everything right?
  • 1 0
 This is why I clicked. Only available in 7 Deg BS? But we are to be rest assured that these 99g bars are very durable in the sense that our wrists will snap before the bars will, guaranteed.
  • 1 0
 For 219,9 € (Full face helmet and boxe-like-teeth-protector included) hahaha kidding!
C´mong guys, this is 2023, look at the high end aeropacial/F1 materials we are using on a "simple" bike handlebar, manufactured by a specialized company, it handles (pun intended) the job!
  • 3 0
 Iam fine with the 25g more for 30kgs higher weight limit. Will simply use lighter phone on my bars
  • 4 1
 MSRP: TBA for "To Be Adsurd"?
  • 1 0
 Wasn't in the PR info but it's 219,9€
  • 1 0
 It's not the lightest tho there are bars that weigh 95g at a similar width Just get the one piece bar-stem it's really close to TLO status at 159g
  • 2 0
 Who wants to do a huck to flat test on these bars to see how much they bend upon landing?
  • 3 0
 Extra light Hyperbar 3 is lighter and wider-
  • 3 0
 I got 99 problems but a dentist ain't one...
  • 3 0
 I think mine was better Razz
  • 2 0
 @barp: true :-)
  • 2 0
 Why is this article being kept so close to the top for its third day in a row? So bizarre.
  • 1 0
 That’s what I was wondering, they must have opted for the + ad plan.
  • 1 0
 Next step is to integrate the brake and shifter mounts so they don't have clamp around the bar. And don't ask for adjustability - they know the optimum position.
  • 1 0
 There is no custom rise option? I would like the direct mount bar/stem in a high rise, (40+) and a short stem length (10+). Let me know when it’s available.
  • 2 0
 Shape reminds me of my Italmanubri Mach 3 Ergal early 90's bar.
  • 1 1
 You mean the one you stabbed people with? You know my grandfather holds a hockey record for being the only guy to ever take his skate off and try to stab someone with it.
  • 5 2
 Wassaaaaaaaaaatt
  • 3 2
 The weight limits make no sense to me. How much force can those bars withstand?
  • 5 0
 To be fair, a lot of race-specific gear does come with weight limits and it lets the manufacturer design the product for its intended use rather than having to make it strong enough for everything and everyone. The handlebar isn't for me (or most of us) but the weight limits serve a purpose Smile
  • 3 0
 @mikelevy: The problem with weight limits is that there is no standard for it. Nobody knows what it means. Two people of the same weight can put very different stresses on their handlebars depending on how they ride.
Climbing gear, for example, is tested to breaking and has the breaking strength printed on. That is clear and simple,and allows comparison between brands.
In mtb, weight limits can't be compared because they are a result of a fight between the legal and the marketing departments, it just depends on how many warranty (or court) cases they are willing to handle.
  • 3 0
 @ak-77: Agreed, it's a bit nebulous, I guess. It gives people an idea of the intention, aka don't be too much of an idiot with our handlebar, but I do agree with you.
  • 2 0
 @ak-77: thank you. I’m 215lbs and ride short travel 29ers. I ride some jumps and drops. Have never broken a component. There are guys that weigh 30lbs less than me that out a lot of stress on components.
  • 2 0
 @mikelevy: I think it would be cool to do a video explaining what these weight limits mean. I think many of us have the wrong idea.
  • 2 0
 @jmard24: It is hard to explain what they mean, since that is probably not something manufacturers will reveal.
It would be cool to test a whole bunch of bars to see what their break strength is and how that correlates with the weight limit.
  • 1 1
 Mike didn't feel any difference from oval shaped handlebars? I've found myself feeling noticeably more arm pump when not using the one-up bar hmmmm.
  • 9 0
 I did blind testing on a bunch of different handlebars (I had someone else install and wrap each one in pipe insulation so I couldn't see it) and nope, I guessed wrong every single time. But the caveat is that the run was only a couple of minutes long... I think it might be more noticeable after a long day.
  • 1 0
 @mikelevy: Thanks for the insight. Alright who's volunteering to do this for full big ride days?
  • 2 0
 @mikelevy: Pipe insulation over your handlebars sounds very old-school BMX.
  • 5 0
 @chaoscacca: Would be ideal in a bike park to expedite the testing.
  • 7 0
 @vinay: I definitely got some strange stares in Squamish haha
  • 1 1
 @mikelevy: If they (and you) knew it was some super fragile handlebar everyone would be happy that it is nicely padded. The intended loads are what they tested in the lab and in FEM simulations too. The scary bit is how it will hold up once it has received some sharp impacts and has gathered some battle scars.
  • 1 0
 @mikelevy: cool idea. Though I wonder if pipe insulation might be a good dampener and absorb vibrations and lessen the sting of overly stiff bars. Might have lessened the difference between bars
  • 2 0
 Welp, I ordered one. We'll see how it goes.
  • 1 0
 For a test of that?
  • 1 3
 I'll take my Asiacom 760mm risers @ $22 shipped from China over these. They weighed in at 140.0 & 145.2g and have lasted 7 years. Pretty sure they win in a price vs weight savings comparison. I'm still too nervous to go too big on them. 99g bars and I'd limit my riding to my commute...too scary to go bigger.
  • 1 0
 Extralite? Berg? My berg bars were 108gms at stock length, ive cut them down since then so less now.
  • 2 1
 Adjust the stem length for just 537EUR extra.
  • 3 1
 Seeeend iiiit
  • 1 0
 Seed lit
  • 2 1
 Can you "Configure" these with internal cable routing?
  • 2 1
 My bar's ninety nine grams and my dentist won.
  • 1 1
 certain things i try hard to lose weight on, handlebar and stem is not one of them
  • 1 0
 Not really a place I want to be pushing the envelope on weight.
  • 1 0
 I-earn-more-than-you Handlebar
  • 1 0
 Soon companies start to sell precracked carbon bars to save the planet.
  • 1 0
 More compliance!
  • 1 0
 Less carbon used, but still more money
  • 1 0
 Nope, not worth the risk.
  • 1 0
 My 2003 Race Face Diabolus would like to have a word.
  • 1 0
 dam, 980$CDN! how much for a set of round bars for my car?
  • 2 1
 Whys this shity product at the top of the feed for days?
  • 3 2
 nope
  • 1 0
 1/8 inch headtube
  • 1 0
 Sure looks life like.
  • 1 0
 You first!
  • 1 0
 huck to flat stat
  • 1 0
 Oh, snap!
  • 1 0
 WASSAT Bruh.
  • 1 0
 Def not the lightest
  • 1 1
 Stiff but compliant? Ok bud.
It's one or the other.
  • 1 0
 first corner crash
  • 1 3
 My minimum bar weight is 200g, sorry.
  • 1 0
 I honestly don't know my bar weight but back in the days I was told to not get a bar below 300g.
  • 1 0
 @vinay: I was attempting a joke but yea, I'm no weight weenie. OneUp carbon is "fine" for me.
  • 3 6
 y tho
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