CLAMP AREA (1-1/8”)
The oversized clamp area is 1-1/8”(28.6mm) to allow for a tapered design that creates strength while eliminating the crossbar clamp to allow added flexibility. What that means is your arms take a little less punishment and your day of riding goes on a little longer.
Laser-etched cut-lines on the ends of the bars help for those that are dodging tight trees and need to shave off metal. Or maybe you simply feel the 800mm (31.5”) width feels too wide. Measure twice, cut once, install grips, go ride.
Keeping your elbows up is critical to control your bike. All of our bars have a 57mm/14° sweep that helps put you in that proper position.
Four different rises allow for an easier choice in finding the right bar for your motorcycle. It is not a hard and fast rule that your height means you need a particular rise. It’s a personal preference for those that want a shorter bar or one that is quite a bit taller. We are here to assist in finding the right bar height.
options: 70mm - 80mm - 90mm - 100mm
We're running these on my son's Husqvarna 65. The 90 is about perfect if you're looking for close to stock rise. My son said he immediately felt like he had better control with these bars. He's taken some hard hits on his first set and they're still straight, just scuffed up. Even a kicker the saw his bike cartwheel and break a clutch cylinder. Bars stayed straight.
These bars are great! I love them!!
Great set of bars, I've put them on the last 3 dirt bikes I've had. I used to have the Carmichael bend, but these are way better. They are strong too, I've had some hard crashes and never bent a set. Would definitely recommend these.
First off the packaging is personal and top notch.. Jason the owner adds a little note to each order it’s pretty awesome and the quality of the 118 Bars are second to none.. class act over and Phoenix..
Purchased as a replacement to my stock KTM bar which was a tad low and away
Sent message for suggestions after the quiz and came away with a nice set of bars
Great customer response also