SQLab 411 Innerbarends Black for 22.2mm Handlebars

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$80.00

Moving the hand this far inwards positions the elbows such that they can comfortably rest against your torso and also stretches the upper body position slightly more forward. This is both an aerodynamic and biomechanical advantage.

Innerbarends are a new innovative evolution of the good old barends we know from the early days of mountainbikes, but with a never-before-seen safety aspect. Despite the different hand position, the brake levers always remain in reach. The position somewhat resembles that of an aerobar. The Innerbarends don’t weigh much, and aren’t in the way, so just give them a try!

The Innerbarends fit most bikes. They are mounted directly adjacent and inwards of the grips. As most brake levers are long enough that for best brake performance one can and should mount them inboard of the shifter there is usually sufficient space between grips and shifter / brake lever for mounting the inner barends.

Sold in pairs. The pictured handlebar and grips are not included in the scope of delivery.

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Description

Description

  • Usage: MTB Racing, XC, Marathon, Trail riding, Touring Alll Mountain and Endruo 
  • Weight (Pair): 108g
  • Colour: Black
  • Clamping: 22.2mm
  • Material: Fibre-Reinforced Plastic (FRP)
UPC
4260086856373

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What others are saying

  1. Dan

    Big impact small part

    Dan (verified owner)

    I got these for my flat bar commuter after having issues with my thumbs and wrists, as a further ergo enhancement to SQlabs 711 grips and a Salsa bend bar. They were both good but these have made the biggest difference for me. No issues with brake/shifter reach, feel just as secure/in control as main grips, give you two/three new positions (thumb but no fingers around, thumb with one or two fingers around). No pins and needles or bad wrist posture, and thumbs can stay in a more natural/relaxed position. Only minor issue is heel of hand can bump brake lever mount bolt head, but some basic taping/strapping should fix that.

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