Jones Loop H-Bar


Better hand and body positions ensure more power, comfort and control.

Note: We have *one* Loop H-Bar in 25.4 size with a shim set that will let it be used on 31.8 stems as well. This is in polished silver finish. If you're interested in this bar, make your order and add a note that you are interested in the Loop H-Bar with shim set

The unconventional looking “Loop” H-Bar provides better handling and more comfort over a traditional bar. It's wide compatibility with different bikes and shifters makes it our recommended flat style handlebar for long rides on your bicycle - be it tours or randonneuring. 

The Loop design is an improvement on the original Jeff Jones H-Bar - the cross bar sweeps forward to allow the levers to go behind the cross bar instead of in front. This gives longer uninterrupted hand positions and will allow trigger and grip/twist shifters to fit on the rearward extensions (unlike the original H-bar and the Cut H-bar). The continuous front loop of the bar enhances stiffness and is good for additional aero hand positions and mounting lights, GPS devices etc. Comfort and power and an impressive weight. With the levers in the optimum position the rider is superbly placed for fast riding while still enjoying all the hand positions available. The rearward extensions allow extra leverage and a wider hand position - be it for comfort or power.

All H-bars are for a 31.8 stem – the cross tube is now tapered and butted with a 31.8 mm clamp area. The grip tubes on the aluminum version are also butted for strength, and weight savings.

Great for; Singlespeeds, 29ers, Fat Bikes, Touring, Bike-packing Adventures, City Riding and more!
Compatible with; Singlespeeds, Trigger shifters, Gripshift, Shimano twist shifters, Rohloff and above the bar hinged thumb-shifters.



Width: 660mm
Color: Black
Material: Aluminum 
Clamp area: 31.8mm 


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