Jones H-Bar SG Loop Alloy
Straight gauge aluminium version of the Jones Loop Bar
The new Jones SG Loop H-Bar uses the same great design as our standard Loop H-Bar, but is available at a lower price by using straight-gauge aluminium tubing in place of the custom-butted tubing on the standard Loop H-Bar. Jeff wanted to make a Loop H-Bar that would allow more riders to experience the superior comfort, control, and utility of his Loop design without making it any less dependable and useful. He accomplished this by switching to less-expensive straight-gauge aluminum tubing. The result is an H-Bar that is just as strong as ever, but which weighs 100g more than the standard version and costs less.
All Jones H-Bars use a 31.8mm stem clamp diameter, 22.2mm clamp size for controls (standard mountain bike style). The entire front loop has a 22.2mm diameter.
The Loop H-Bar has the same hand, stem and brake lever position as the original H-Bar but 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. The continuous front loop of the bar enhances stiffness and is good for additional aero hand positions and mounting lights, GPS devices etc. This bar provides comfort and power with 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.
633 grams for the 710, 0.5" rise
Straight gauge loop, tapered and butted main cross bar
Black Loop H-Bars are bead-blasted and then black anodized for a slightly matte, lightly-textured black finish.
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.
What Bars is a very useful website that will help you visualise different forward and backwsweeps, allowing you to compare an ever increasing number of different handlebars as an overlay.