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Kitchen Sink Gravel Handlebar System

$99.99 - $304.96

Kitchen Sink Gravel Handlebar System

$99.99 - $304.96

We threw in a bit of everything for our take on the Ultimate Gravel Handlebar setup. Rise, sweep, and flare make for an ultra-comfortable handlebar that keeps you in control no matter the terrain. Get bundle pricing when you add our best-selling accessories. The Kitchen Sink Handlebar Bag (loop style only), Cruise Control Top and Drop Grips, and our Really Long Bar Tape give you next-level convenience, comfort, and performance. 

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DESCRIPTION

The gravel bike handlebar that has everything but the kitchen sink. 

If you are looking for comfort, control, and convenience the Kitchen Sink Gravel Bike Handlebar is for you. With widths from 44 cm up to 53 cm, these wide and flared gravel handlebars can aid stability and control but at the same time provide really comfortable hand positions. 

KEY Gravel Handlebar Features:

20mm of RISE means less pressure on the hands and a broad range of fit options to accommodate a variety of gravel riding conditions. 
7° degrees of SWEEP means the bar is positioned where your hands want to be, whether you're on the flats, the hoods or the drops during your most epic gravel ride. 
25° degrees of FLARE and a Compact Drop means a stable, aerodynamic drop position creates an aero gravel bar setup that is actually comfortable enough to use on your longest gravel ride or your next bikepacking trip. 

Why are Your Gravel Handlebars Flared? 

Gravel handlebars are designed to seek a balance between the traditional wide flatbars which offer stability and control over rough terrain and the comfort and speed of road bike drop bar position without sacrificing control. Gravel Handlebars are flared in the drops to give the rider a stable and more controllable riding position that is essential for gravel biking terrain. This combination of comfort and control allows you to ride longer, further and faster and is especially well suited to long distance multi-day, week or even months long bikepacking rides.  

Gravel Bar Styles

Choose between two gravel bar styles: LOOP and a more traditional NON-LOOP. The Loop version provides an alternative riding position, a great place to attach gear, and the perfect spot for our new storage solution: the Kitchen Sink Gravel Handlebar Bag. The bag was designed specifically to fit in the loop and allow easy (single hand) access to all your essentials for bikepacking and long gravel rides. In addition, we created a Computer Mount that attaches to the top of the bag to give you a secure and ideally located spot for your Garmin or Wahoo bike computer.

To get even more comfort and performance out of your Kitchen Sink Gravel Bar, add the ergonomic Cruise Control Grip System. The Top Grips provide an incredibly comfortable position at the tops by expanding the bar and giving you a wide area to rest your hands. And the Drop Grips give you an extra comfortable position while in the drops through an ergonomic style grip that helps spread load over your hands so you can stay in your tuck all day. 

Top it all off with some of our Really Long Bar Tape which is specifically designed to be long enough to wrap even the widest gravel handlebar. Oh and its super comfortable with juts the right amount of grip. 

+TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS


 

Width44 cm47 cm50 cm53 cm
Weight (base version)362 g373 g383 g392 g 
Weight (loop version)472 g486 g497 g507 g
Rise20 mm20 mm20 mm20 mm
Sweep7 deg7 deg7 deg7 deg
Drop Flare25 deg25 deg25 deg25 deg
Drop110 mm110 mm110 mm110 mm
Reach70 mm68 mm65 mm62 mm
Clamp31.8 mm31.8 mm31.8 mm31.8 mm
Material6061 T6 Aluminum
Intended UseASTM F2043 Class 2 - For on and off-road riding and drops less than 15cm (6").

ProductTop GripsDrop Grips
Weight94 g / pair144 g / pair
Length165 mm (can be 
trimmed by 30 mm)
120 mm
MaterialKratonKraton

ProductKitchen Sink  Bagadd-on Computer Mount
Weight120g21g
Capacity0.75 L - 1.0 LN/A
MaterialCordura

3D printed Polycarbonate blend 

filled with carbon fiber

+FAQ

What Are the Detailed Dimensions (Including the Loop) of the Kitchen Sink Handlebar? 

The inner distance of the loop along the handlebar (A) is approximately 5.50in (140mm).

The outer distance of the loop along the handlebar is (B) is approximately 7.875in (200mm). 

The width of the 31.8mm diameter section of handlebar (where the stem is clamped) is approximately 85mm - outside that distance the diameter decreases and the bar bends.

The loop has a diameter of 23.8mm which is the same diameter as the rest of the handlebar(outside the 31.8mm clamp area and tapered section)

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To read Frequently Asked Questions about the Kitchen Sink Handlebar and Accessories, click here.

+INSTRUCTIONS

Download Instructions (PDF):
Instructions - Kitchen Sink Handlebar

You can view instructions for the Grips on the Cruise Control Grips page here.

You can view instructions for the Bag and Mount here.

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Learn more about our Kitchen Sink Handlebar Bag
Learn more about the Cruise Control Grip System

Learn more about our Really Long Bar Tape 

You can choose between a non-loop and a loop version of the Kitchen Sink Handlebar. With either style you get the same rise, back sweep, and compact drop. The loop allows for alternative hand positions, mount points, and a spot to use the new Kitchen Sink Handlebar Bag and Computer Mount.
 

We think wider is better. Particularly when riding off-road, the additional leverage and stability afforded by the wider handlebars dramatically improve handling and control, especially while descending and climbing.
 

If you're used to riding with a typical road bike drop bar width (38-46cm), we highly suggest trying a wider bar - the difference in effective arm angle is negligible, but the effect on control and comfort is dramatic. If you're concerned about going wider than the common advice to "aim for shoulder width", look at mountain bike handlebars as an example - 76-80cm wide handlebars are common, even though almost nobody has shoulders that wide. Very few people want to go narrower once they've tried a wider bar.

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MW
07/13/2024
Matt W.
United States

Everything including the Kitchen Sink!

I got the bars, bag, both sets of grips. Absolutely love them. I’m turning into quite the Redshift fan boy. I also have the stem and seatpost. Great well made products!

EJ
07/09/2024
erik j.
Canada Canada

European divide

Currently on day four on the European divide I have both the post and stem plus the above. I’ve been running into them for a couple years. I see you have a new post perhaps we can do something for a test ride for the second half of the EDT. https://www.followmychallenge.com/live/european-divide-trail-fkt/erik-jensen/?lat=66.6083&lng=19.8281&z=8 My plan to get the bike overhauled in Cologne Germany

RR
07/07/2024
Robert R.
United States United States

Kitchen sink handle bar

It's the bomb got the seat post and the stem. It rides smooth like it ha suspension the bar has like 8 different places to grip. I tell everyone turned my canyon grizzle7 into a high end bike..... Thanks

RD
07/06/2024
Robert D.
United States United States

Great tape

All bar tape should be extra long. Good grip feel. Not too tacky and not too slick

RD
07/06/2024
Robert D.
United States United States

Grips make drops more appealing

Much more comfortable in the drops now. Great when riding into headwind

D
07/05/2024
David
Canada Canada

Surprisingly good addition to my bars

I bought these somewhat skeptically because I like riding on my flat bars with similar grip shapes. They do change the way I ride on my drop bars in a positive way, though I have yet to ride a really long distance with them. The main benefit aside from larger palm weight distribution is that I can rest my elbows on the top grips when I am riding into the wind. I didn't buy the drop bar grips, but put some spare flat bar grips on instead. Hot damn, but they make riding on the drops comfortable. I would recommend buying the Redshift top and bottom grips combo rather than my half baked combo because I suspect there may be safety concerns with my installation.