ERGONOMIC HANDLEBAR - MID-RISE - CARBON
Whether riding your Brompton on country roads or in the city, you want to enjoy the ride from start to finish. A big way to enhance comfort is through the "contact points" on your bike - handlebars, grips, and saddle.
Joseph Kuosac has just the ticket with their ergonomic handlebars. They are designed with a slight 12-degree angle from the stem to provide a more comfortable hand and wrist position - a small change that offers big results in ergonomics on long distance rides. They are also wider than the stock standard Brompton handlebars (60cm), allowing you to cut them down for a custom fit to match your shoulder width without interfering with the fold. Carbon fibre construction keeps things lightweight and looking crisp.
The mid-rise handlebar is shorter than the stock standard Brompton part on M-Tye and H-Type bikes - perfect if you want to lower your bike's handlebars into a slightly sportier position. This means that if you're installing this part it will lower your handlebar height to be halfway between its standard height and the model below it (eg. on an M-Type, this handlebar will lower the grip height to be in-between an M-Type and an S-Type).
- Joseph Kuosac Mid-Rise Ergonomic Handlebar - Carbon
- Mid-Rise Handlebar: 12-degree sweep, 25.4mm Diameter, 60cm Wide, 71.5mm Rise, and 170g
- Compatible with all Brompton handlebar types
- Available in Black Carbon
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Joseph Kuosac Company History: Driven by a desire for the most comfortable ride possible on a Brompton, Joseph Kuo started his own bike parts company in 2010 after studying manufacturing engineering and making automotive parts in his family's business in Taiwian. The company is dedicated to improving cyclist comfort and ergonomics and each of their products is fine-tuned to this purpose. With a decade of research and development under their belts, Joseph Kuosac produces beautiful parts that fine-tune the fit of your bike for that Goldilocks "just-right" ride.