Wabi Bullhorn Handlebar

A popular shape, especially for fixed/single speeds, in 6061 aluminum, 26.0mm diameter center section. Available in 42cm and 38cm width, measured from bar end to bar end, center to center.

Combine with the top mount (shown) or bar end mount brake levers for an elegant cockpit option. The reach on the bullhorn is similar to the standard drop bar, so stem extension should be the same for either type.

Available in silver or black. Wrap and brake levers sold separately. 

We commonly wrap bars for customers before shipping, its free with purchase of the wrap!

  • Width: 42 cm and 38 cm

  • Weight: 260 g

  • Color: Silver or Black


Size chart

5'4 - 5'7 49CM 30.2IN
5'7 - 5'10 52CM 31.3IN
5'10 - 6'1 55CM 32.5IN
6'1 - 6'3 58CM 33.6IN
6'3 - 6'6 60CM 34.8IN

Customer Reviews

5 Based on 1 Reviews
5 ★
4 ★
3 ★
2 ★
1 ★
Write a Review

Thank you for submitting a review!

Your input is very much appreciated. Share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too!


Grab the Wabi by the Horns, Part of the Endless Customization

I dislike drops. When I ordered my Wabi lightening SE in aquamarine, I immediately changed the handlebars, selecting bullhorns, as well as, bar end levers for the brakes. After the bike arrived, I found that my stem was too long, making it hard to reach and enjoy the body position. The stretched body position also made it harder to reach the brake levers. After reconfiguring these bars to use top levers, and getting a shorter stem, I started to really enjoy this handlebar type, but I still didn't have the exact look and feel that I was envisioning. Finally, I purchased ($16) a pipe cutter tool on Amazon and trimmed the bullhorn handlebars by about 4 inches on each side. Rewrapped the bars and fell in love with an inanimate object. Shorty horns are amazing! Lots of possible hand positions for both flatland and hill climbing, while also keeping my body weight centered. I will forever cut down bullhorns for this frame. The shorty horns are even great in traffic, I worry less about catching a bar end in the side of a car or truck while splitting lanes. Although these bars are aluminum, I haven't gotten the same vibration transmission into my hands that I've experienced with all aluminum frames and handlebars. I assume the 725 Reynolds steel frame plays a role.