Handlebar 3OX 12°

Handlebar 3OX 12°
Handlebar 3OX 12°
Handlebar 3OX 12°
Handlebar 3OX 12°
Handlebar 3OX 12°
Handlebar 3OX 12°
Handlebar 3OX 12°
Handlebar 3OX 12°
Handlebar 3OX 12°
Handlebar 3OX 12°
SKU's - 2057 / 2058 / 2059
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Regular price$104.99
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The 12° backsweep with its short reach provides a natural transition from the lower arm to the hand when in a more upright riding position thus protecting the wrist from the extreme strain of downhill riding. 

The 4° upsweep brings the elbows into a perfect position for a dynamic riding style. 

The 15mm, 30mm or 45mm rise allow individualized positions.

31.8 clamp diameter. 

The perfect combination of form, wall thickness and diameter with the corresponding anatomically optimized bend for various riding dynamics, currently make the new SQlab 3OX handlebar series the most stable as well as the lightest bar in its field. 

The 3OX bar bears the hallmark of SQlab product developer Tibor Samai.

This bar utilizes a 31.8mm clamping area. If you have a 35mm stem, please refer to our shim kit. Item No. 2384

 

Technical Data

Area of use MTB, Gravity & E-Performance
Weight (g) 325
Clamping 31.8
Width in (mm) 780
Width shortened (mm) 720
Rise (mm) 15, 30, 45
Backsweep (°) 12
Upsweep (°) 4
Downsweep (°) 0
Stretch (mm) 0
Material Aluminum

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12° Backsweep

with its short reach provides a natural transition from the lower arm to the hand. 

Rise

 allow individualized positions. Available in 15mm, 30mm oder 45mm Rise. 

4° Upsweep

brings the elbows into a perfect position for a dynamic riding style.

Which Backsweep-Type are you? 

Unbreakable only SQlab without damage! 

The BIKE magazine has tested in its issue 04/2019 more than 70 handlebar stem combinations for their break resistance..

 The result: Only Syntace and SQlab manage the load test without damage!