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If your existing quad’s setup isn’t quite as comfortable as you’d like, you might want to consider upgrading to a new set of ATV handlebars. They come in a variety of sizes and bends. This allows you to identify a more comfortable riding arrangement.
At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we stock a variety of handlebars, ensuring that you have plenty of options when it comes to your four wheeler. Just take a look at a few of the brands we carry:
Most brands offer several different choices. Of course, the color is left up completely to your preference, but there are a few details you’ll want to take note of. Handlebars come in either 7/8" or 1 1/8" sizes. This refers to the diameter of the actual handlebar tube. Of course, the 1 1/8" size is stronger.
You’ll also need to consider which bend you want (which is essentially its shape). Most handlebar brands include an ATV-specific bend. While you should consider this, it isn’t mandatory. Take a look at the sizing chart included on each page to help you decide which bend to get.
If you’re looking for handlebars of superb quality to help reduce wrist pain or arm pump, you can’t go wrong with Fasst Flexx. Just take a look at the customer reviews we’ve collected to see why they come so highly recommended.
If you need a new set of ATV handlebars, you can’t go wrong with Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. Browse our selection now to see what is available.
BRIAN in UT
I have purchased 5 sets of EVO bars over the years, along with a few Contours. The weight difference between the bars was what I always used to justify the additional cost, but wow do these things bend on some of the least likely drops. All 5 have bent, and all but one was on a relatively slow single track drop that were not much more than a tip over. Yet I have also sent a bike end-over-end with EVO's and sustained no bend. Go figure. Anyway, just going to stick with Contours from this point forward.Read All Reviews