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A good set of BMX handlebars is a must for any ride!

Whether you want 2 piece or 4 piece BMX bars, you’ll find your next set of handlebars for your BMX bike here.

Why You Should Upgrade Your BMX Handlebars

The handlebars are where most of the magic happens! Cruiser handlebars on your BMX are an extension of your body, and the right handlebars will give you better control, more manoeuvrability, and greater comfort. And comfort is important if you want to show your best moves and make the competition weep. Read More

Handlebars come in different sizes. Taller folks might want to opt for the 26" BMX cruiser handlebars, but the 24" BMX cruiser handlebars, (much like our mens BMX bike coming in 24 inches) are also a solid option depending on what feels right for you. A lower handlebar might help with more powerful bunnyhops, while narrower bars are great for barspins. Grip, position, and ease of movement are the most important factors when it comes to choosing the bars that'll get you results.

Upgrading your bike to suit your style of riding will pay off big time when it comes to mastering those tricky moves. Considering the overall weight added to your bike will also serve you well. If you want to keep your bike lightweight for the edge during races, make sure you check out the product descriptions for full details before ordering.

The Place To Go For Cruiser Handlebars For Your BMX

We know just how important it is to get high-quality, official BMX parts for your bike including BMX seat posts. No one makes BMX gear likeBack Bone BMX, and it's a brand that delivers performance, longevity, and quality.

The Back Bone BMX founder, Rhys Williams, is a familiar face in the Canberra BMX Community. After years spent sourcing the latest, most thrilling, bike parts for himself, he decided to commit and make life much easier for other BMXers.

Specialising in BMX, and BMX only, guarantees that all stock sold by Back Bone BMX is nothing but the best. Whether you're after 26" BMX cruiser handlebars, or you want access to the latest Jason Watts, or perhaps Logan Martin, gear - then Back Bone BMX is the first (and only) place you need.

We stock handlebars that are great for beginners just dipping their toes in this intense and exhilarating sport. We also stockBMX cruiser handlebars that can up your game from student to master!

Talking of students, Back Bone BMX also offers one-to-one training sessions for anyone that wants to dig deeper and unlock their true potential.

Which 24" BMX Cruiser Handlebars Will You Choose?

So, you might already know which one you want. You might have had your eye on it for a while and now - it's finally time!

But if you're not sure where to start - if this is your first time upgrading or if you want to switch up your style and try something new - then first you need to decide what you want from your handlebars, and how can they support your style.

Height and width are important numbers for your 29 inch BMX bike. For example, how does the 8.8" bar feel when you sit in your riding position? Will it feel better if the bar was higher? And can you move the bars easily, without overstretching?

But it's entirely your choice! Customising your BMX is a unique experience, and we want to help you make an informed choice. Reach out to us if you have any questions, and our friendly team will be more than happy to help.

A few tips on choosing your next set of handlebars:

  • BMX handlebars come in a wide range of heights, or ‘rise’. Generally the taller you are, the bigger the rise.
  • Choosing a big rise can also mean moving your center of gravity back on the bike, allowing tricks like manuals to become easier.
  • If you are having problems lifting that front wheel, choose a set of BMX bars that are a taller in rise - generally over 9 inches. Try a set of BMX handlebars with a 10 inch rise for example.
  • Similarly, if you feel like you’re ‘off the back’ when you ride, you may want to choose a BMX handlebar that has a slightly lower rise.
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