Joystick Binary Carbon Handlebar 35mm 760mm 20mm Black
It’s 1st or nothing when it comes to racing. The Binary Carbon 35 is our lightest handlebar but maintains the same strength and supple feel as its Analog cousins. The Binary Carbon 35 is an Enduro and XC handlebar meant for riders who want high-quality, race-ready products.
Bar Width: 760mm Rise: 20mm Bend: 9° Upsweep: 6° Weight: 194g Material: Binary Carbon
Binary Carbon bars are manufactured with the same premium composite materials we developed for our Analog Carbon bars but they we have tweaked our unique layup process to maximize the strength to weight specifically for enduro racing. The Binary Carbon bars feature all the same amazing characteristics as our popular Analog Carbon bars but in a lighter enduro race package.
Check out what Vital have to say here...
Long Term Durability The Binary bar and Digger stem have been going strong for a couple of months now, on a bike that sees a lot of riders on it, and neither have much of a mark to show for it. The graphics are solid as is the general finish of both products. Joystick didn’t mess around when they put together their pro-rider stable, and if these heavy-hitters are happy to send it with their goods, then the rest of us can feel pretty confident about it too. We have no reason to believe in anything less than many more happy rides ahead at this point.
What’s The Bottom Line? If you are into giving the new 35-mm standard a try, there are already quite a few options out there. Joystick has come through with a solid and good-looking cockpit in the Binary 35 bar and the Digger stem. The stem is beautifully made and brings real innovation to the clamping system. The bar offers comfortable angles and good reliability, meaning that it can stay on your bike for seasons to come, and if 760-mm is wide enough for you, we have no reservations about recommending this combo for your cockpit shopping list. Note that Joystick also makes an 800-mm wide carbon bar (the “Analog 35”), which just might address our slight issue with the stiffness of the Binary 35.