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Cult Crew Bar
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Colony Sweet Tooth Bars
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S&M Perfect 10 Bar
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S&M Race XLT Bars
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Cult Heaven's Gate 4pc Bars
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DRS Junior Race Handlebars
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Odyssey 10-4 Bars / 10 / Black
Odyssey 10-4 Bars
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S&M Hoder High Bar
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Tempered Nordic 2pc Bars
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S&M Hoder Sky High Bars
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Cult AK Bar
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BSD Grime 4 Piece Bars
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Tangent Flatiron62 Bars
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Odyssey 49er Bars
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S&M Credence XL Bars / Blue Groove / 9.25 inch / 22.2mm Clamp S&M Credence XL Bars / Matte Black / 9.2
S&M Credence XL Bars
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Freestyle BMX handlebars are a crucial component of any freestyle BMX bike. They come in different shapes and sizes, each with its own unique geometry that can affect the bike's handling and performance. In freestyle BMX riding, handlebars are important for control and stability, making it crucial to choose the right type of handlebars for your riding style.

One of the most important factors to consider when choosing handlebars is their geometry. This refers to the angle of the bars and their height in relation to the bike's frame. The geometry of handlebars can have a significant impact on how the bike handles, and it is important to choose bars that are comfortable and provide the right level of control.

There are two types of handlebars that are commonly used in freestyle BMX riding: 2-piece bars and 4-piece bars. 2-piece bars are the more traditional type of handlebar, and they are made up of two separate pieces that are joined in the middle. These bars are generally lighter and more affordable than 4-piece bars, making them a popular choice for beginners and riders on a budget.

4-piece bars, on the other hand, are made up of four separate pieces that are welded together. They are typically heavier and more expensive than 2-piece bars, but they often offer greater strength and durability. 4-piece bars are ideal for riders who demand the highest level of performance and control from their handlebars.

The geometry of freestyle BMX handlebars is also influenced by factors such as the rise, width, and sweep of the bars. The rise refers to the height of the bars, while the width refers to the distance from one end of the bars to the other. The sweep refers to the angle at which the bars are bent backward.

In conclusion, choosing the right handlebars is an essential part of any freestyle BMX rider's gear selection. Understanding the geometry of handlebars and the differences between 2-piece and 4-piece bars can help riders choose the right bars for their riding style and skill level. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro, investing in high-quality handlebars can help you take your freestyle BMX riding to the next level.