RideFarr introduces the Aero MTB Handlebar

Inspired by the success of the Carbon Endurance MTB Handlebar and subsequent Aero Bolt-On we set out to combine these two popular upgrades into one product.

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By combining the already popular combination of the FARR Carbon Endurance Handlebar with Aero Bolt-On the new Aero MTB is now a full carbon one-piece unit that allows the product to be used in UCI-sanctioned MTB events around the world.

 

The result is our new Aero MTB Handlebar which features a slightly refined aero shape which better compliments the curve and design of the Carbon Endurance MTB Handlebar.

 

With the one-piece construction and design, the new Aero MTB Handlebar can be used for UCI MTB events.

 

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Key Features:

  • Full Carbon Construction
  • Ideal for Stage Racing / Marathons
  • 31.8mm Handlebar Diameter
  • Front Knurl allows GPS/LED attachment
  • Handlebar Width : 720mm
  • Weight: 239g including Gripper Pads
The first stock of the new handlebar will be available from Mid April 2019 onwards and backorders will take preference.

 

Retail Price in South Africa: R 3,500.00

 

RideFarr ships globally and delivery takes 5 to 7 days to most destinations.




7 Comments

Grease_Monkey, Mar 26 2019 07:07

Much better! I initially bought the combo of handlebar + bolt on, but the way they meshed together meant that I could not use the handlebar "rests" propperly. This will solve that 100%.

juan pelota, Mar 26 2019 11:45

handlebar = R1750

bolton = R1450

total = R3200

 

 

hmmm. shouldn't this cost less?

Markellis, Mar 26 2019 12:43

Wondering if there would be an issue using this type of bar for all events though?

I recall an issue a few years back when a bar similar to this was used for a marathon event and a big debate around it being legal or not.

Farrnus, Mar 26 2019 04:45

This is UCI approved - so can be used at all CSA events - main reason for development of a one piece design

Farrnus, Mar 26 2019 04:46

handlebar = R1750
bolton = R1450
total = R3200
 
 
hmmm. shouldn't this cost less?


Full integration + New Moulds + Reduced Weight = More expensive to make

Markellis, Mar 26 2019 06:26

Oh right..UCI approved...as it clearly says in the article :) clearly bars are the least of my worries.

juan pelota, Mar 27 2019 02:01

Full integration + New Moulds + Reduced Weight = More expensive to make

lots of buzzwords there, but none of them make sense for costing to simple me. I understand if you're expecting to sell lower volume so the incremental cost of each production per mould is higher.

 

but it's not really my place to question the pricing, the market will do that much better!

edit: oh and they do look pretty cool, and innovation from humble RSA should always be encouraged!