Specialized's P2 Overendz Bar Ends increase your hand positions and boost your leverage for climbing, too. They're made from nylon composite for minimal weight and serious strength, while the soft rubber grips boost comfort and control. Plus, the flush clamp design provides smooth and quick transitions from bar to bar end and offers more hand positions, which is great for long rides.
Profile Design's Briefs give you versatile hand positions for improved climbing and comfort. Made from lightweight 6061-T6 forged aluminum, the Briefs have outstanding strength and durability. And offset clamps provide secure clamping power and leave plenty of room on your bars.
Profile's Boxers give you versatile hand positions for improved climbing and comfort. Made from lightweight 6061-T6 forged aluminum, the Boxers have outstanding strength and durability. The offset clamps provide secure clamping power and leave plenty of room on your bars.
- Short bar ends for flat bar - Made of alloy
Innerbarends are an innovative evolution of the good old barends from the early days of mountainbikes, but with a never-before-seen safety aspect. The Innerbarends are mounted inwards of the grips, hence the name, and allow you to move the hands far inwards, positioning the elbows such that they can comfortably rest against your torso. The position somewhat resembles that of an aerobar. This position also stretches the upper body slightly more forward, adding both an aerodynamic and biomechanical advantage. Despite the different hand position, the brake levers always remain in reach. Innerbarends are ideal for MTB racing, XC, marathon, trail riding, touring, and all-mountain as well as Enduro, where they provide a perfect riding position for recovery on transition stages. They're also a great addition to the handlebars of trekking bikes or city bikes.
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