Handlebar 312 R Carbon

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In terms of ergonomics, we rely in contrast  to our MTB handlebars a 10° frontsweep is used which decreases towards the end of the handlebar.  All contact surfaces are optimized in every detail. 


Numbness in the fingers is a common problem, which often arises from an overstretching of the wrist.
In a neutral posture, our wrists are naturally straight.
For arm positions that are wider than shoulder-width, for example when holding a MTB handlebar, we prevent an overstretching of the wrist through a backsweep.
But for arm positions closer than shoulder-width, a backsweep would stretch the wrist again. That‘s why the 312 R has a frontsweep of 10°, to ensure a straight transition from the forearm to the hand.

Angular and Areal 

Thanks to the flattened outer surface, the handlebar is also pleasant to grasp in the lower grip and at the same time provides a secure hold in various riding positions.


The Ergobar is a wave-shaped elevation on the underside. This results in a flat, slightly angular underside of the handlebar. Fits perfectly to the angled, bent fingers.

Maximum Surface

The area which is flattened at the top and extended far forward is maximally large. This allows the fingers to safely enclose the handlebar and at the same time provides grip.


Grip Security

The combination of contact surface and freedom of movement ensure the best possible pressure distribution.

Pressure Measurement

The pressure measurement shows that the maximised contact surface of the 312R handlebars enables an even distribution of pressure on the hands.

The pressure distribution is shown in colour: white means low pressure, from blue/green/yellow/orange to red the pressure increases.

38 40 42 44
Handlebar width C-C (mm) 380 400 420 440
Reach (mm)  80 80 80 80
Drop (mm) 120 120 120 120
Flare (°) 1,5 1,5 1,5 1,5


Handlebar width 

The individual handlebar width is decisive for an ergonomic position on the road bike and depends on the shoulder width.

Schoulder width = Handlebar width 
Shoulder width = distance from the left to the right acromion of the shoulder.