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Few things affect a motorcycle’s control and handling more than handlebars. With dozens of styles to choose from, you are certain to find a perfect fit for you.
Why are motorcycle handlebars so varied? Handlebars affect the position of the rider’s hands and even their body. For example, motocross-style bars are often used in the streetfighter design in order to give a more aggressive riding position. Ape hangers keep the rider’s hands held high and their body sitting upright – a common choice for chopper bikes (especially those such as Harley-Davidson® motorcycles). And clip-on handlebars feature plenty of adjustment to allow the rider to place their hands wherever feels most comfortable. But it’s more than just that. To an extent, handlebars need to look good on the bike, complementing its overall appearance and enhancing its visual statement.
One of the great things about handlebars is that there is a lot of customization involved. You can use different types of bars to give your motorcycle a custom look and feel. You can also add handlebar risers to lift them higher. If you add on a cup holder or phone mount, you can even get extra utility out of your handlebars.
Regardless of whether you’re looking for ape hangers for a Harley or clip-ons for a Kawasaki, you’re sure to find what you need here. We specialize in parts and accessories for every type of motorcycle: cruisers, choppers, sport bikes and more. And of course, we’ve assembled products from some of the biggest handlebar brands out there:
Take a look at what we have available – you might just find the perfect handlebars for your motorcycle.
Joe in CO
Awesome upgrade, ready to go out of the box! I needed a new clutch cable and bit the bullet on the money for this and if has been worth it. It took a little time to ensure proper line routing and adjusting of shims for proper clutch grab but it is so much smoother and easier working the clutch on tight single track trails that I ride. If anyone is on the fence about a hydraulic clutch and there is one available for your bike I would highly recommend one! I cannot speak for the longevity for it just yet but it seems pretty burly and looks like it should hold up well. I do wish there was a way for my kit to have some sort of threaded adjustably instead of the shims to dial in the grab point to where I?d really like it but I was able to get it close. 2000 CR250Read All Reviews
Anonymous in IA
Must have for Offroad racing. No heat / fade with this proven brake line.Read All Reviews