Ben’s Cycle stocks several different Nitto track handlebars.
But how do you know which ones to choose?
Yesterday, we posted about the popular B123 track handlebar from Nitto. Today, we’re offering comparisons for three other models: the B125, B127, and ADB-X.
We offer these models:
Differences Between Nitto Track Handlebars
Here are the main differences between the Nitto track handlebars.
- The B125 has a shorter drop and reach than the B123 and B127.
- The B125AA and ADB-X models weight around 350g while the steel and CrMo models weigh around 700g.
- The B127 has a similar drop and reach to the B123 but with an anatomic bend in the drop.
- The ADB-X has all sorts of bends on the top as well as a 15-degree flare on the bar ends.
Drop: The distance from the top of the bars to the bottom. A larger drop means a lower body position when you’re in the drops.
Reach: How far out the bars extend from the stem.
Flare: The degree of angle as the bottom gets wider. Designed for different hand positions.
Nitto Track Handlebars and Others Available at Ben’s Cycle
Check out these track bars and all the Nitto handlebars at benscycle.com and at Ben’s Cycle, 1013 W. Lincoln Avenue, Milwaukee, WI