Handlebar for Movemeber?

by Pedal Pedlar November 07, 2013

Vintage Racing & Town Bars For Sale - Just Added to Pedal Pedlar

If you're not lucky enough to be sporting a handlebar on your face this Movember, fear not. We just added a whole bunch of bicycle handlebars to the site. Feel free to glue them to your face, but we recommend using them in the more traditional sense.

There are loads of vintage drop bars, plus some classic French swept-back town bars and some rather special new products too. We've been stocking Velo Orange and Nitto handlebars for some time now, but we're also rather excited to add Soma Fabrications to our list of brands in stock. We just received a nice little order of their Major Taylor, Walker Racer and their Moustache II bars, needless to say we love them.

You can see them all on our handlebars page: www.pedalpedlar.co.uk/handlebars.



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