Bull Horn Bars

$32.19
Vendor: Pure Cycles Type: Handlebars 122 reviews

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Grab life by the horns and get spinnin'. If your drops are covered in cobwebs or you need more options than your riser bars can deliver, a pair of bullhorns are just what the bike doctor ordered.
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Details

These 42cm alloy bull horn handlebars are a thing of beauty. Designed by Pure Fix Cycles in California. Ideal for getting yourself out over the front wheel and into a more aggressive riding position.

List of Specs:
  • 17" Wide
  • 2.5" High
  • These bars have an ISO standard 25.4mm stem clamp diameter and 22.2mm brake clamp diameter

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4.7 Based on 122 reviews
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RG
06/10/2022
REID G.
United States

FUCK YEAH!

Bull horns are legit.

VS
10/21/2020
Victor S.
United States United States

Bullhorn handlebars

Great experience fast delivery

JM
11/25/2019
Jordan M.
United States United States

Beautiful

Can't complain. As described. Look dope.

NH
06/05/2019
Neil H.
United States United States

Bull horns + Togs = Best!

Put Pure Cycles Bull horns + Togs (togs.com) on my Fixie. Loving the combo for responsiveness + hand options

CF
02/25/2019
Corey F.
United States

Bull Horn Bars

This product is excellent! I bought these handlebars after the original drop handlebars on my Kierin were stolen (don't ask me how or why). I can honestly say that I'm even happier with the bull horn handlebars because of the way I like to ride the bike. I didn't mind the drop bars and wanted to get more comfortable riding with them, but since I'm typically using the bike as a commuter and wear a backpack, it put a lot of weight on my back which was not ideal. The gold bull horn bars look great, are light weight, and were really easy to install. The only thing that was a bit difficult was fitting on my brake since the handlebar themselves (without bar tape) are thinner than what I had before. However, it was an easy fix with a thin piece of rubber that I cut into shape (I had this from another attachment I decided not to put on, but I'm sure you can get at a hardware store or really anything made of a slim sheet of rubber).