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Published on October 20th, 2016 | by Luke

Product Review | Chromag Fubar OSX 35 Handlebars

I’ve always had a soft spot in my heart for Chromag, admiring their origins as underground manufacturers of steel frames and components. While flat pedals were the first Chromag product I coveted, I’ve heard good things about their handlebars. I was excited about bolting up the Fubars with their Raging Bear logo leading the way.


The Chromag Fubar OSX 35 Handlebars are 800 millimeters wide and have a 25 millimeter rise, 35 millimeter clamping diameter, and five-degrees of upsweep with eight-degrees of backsweep. For reference, my last handlebar was a Race Face Atlas alloy. To read the full Review, click HERE.

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appreciates the climb and its challenges, but is convinced the only reason to pedal faster up the hill is to start your descent sooner. While he has sampled the joys of long rides on the tarmac, the dirt is where you’ll find him. When not on the trail or in the water, Luke likes to drive off into the wild to take his daughter camping in his cherished 1987 Volkswagen Westfalia.

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