Wide bars feel great until they don't. Sure, high speed shoots down rough terrain with ample space between bar grabbing trail obstacles is fine, but when visiting other locations or even when your local trails become a little overgrown and choked down, we often wish for slightly narrower bars. We're always super hesitant in cutting down our wide bars though since you only get one go at it and we'd be pretty upset with ourselves if we didn't like the new width. Well, with the Hi-Fi Adjustable Handlebar from Ibis, you can easily go 50mm narrower on the width, and go right back to where you started. This ingenious carbon handlebar achieves its adjustability by using two included 25mm aluminum inserts that thread into the bar's ends. So you can go full on desert-friendly 800mm to east-coast tight 750mm just by removing the grips and adjusting your controls. Additionally, the inserts themselves can be cut down for further fine-tuning. This Hi-Fi version has a 31. 8mm clamp and a 30mm rise with 5-degrees of upsweep and 9-degrees of backsweep.
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