Mule Handlebars, designed by Richard Pollock
Satin Finish: $115.00 + Shipping
Polished: $125.00 + Shipping
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Details: Getting a nice looking, comfortable bar is a process of trial and error. Most riders buy a bike and never change the bars, or peg position, or controls, or seat, or anything else! However, tweaking all these items can make a huge difference in the feel of your pride-and-joy. Streettrackers are my specialty and I've always had my favorite bars... which would be the Woods Racing stainless bar (unfortunately Woods no longer makes bars).
I finally decided to have my own made. I wanted stainless for strength and quality, and additionally they could be polished to look like chrome. This polished look (rather than actual chroming) eliminates the long-term shortcomings of chrome plating, not to mention the fact that the cost of chroming anything (in this country) has gone through the roof.
So, I'm now offering stainless flattrack low bend bars in 7/8" and 1" sizes. Better news still is that they're ¾" lower than the standard flattrack bend. This makes them more comfortable on the road or racing on your favorite dirt oval.
Want more good news? By lowering the bars, the center section is narrower and the portion of the bar that you bolt onto the controls is longer. This means you have the option of cutting the overall bar width down quite a bit (if you choose), and the ability to move the controls inboard without having the master cylinder mount hit the curve in the bar. Finally the bars can be polished to a beautiful finish. In the picture, I've included a set of the typical aluminum bars for comparison.