Ride Comfort

City_Baumlos_smallMaximum ride comfort depends largely on the height of the handlebar. Unfortunately, there is no “one-size-fits-all” when it comes to handlebar placement. For instance, a different height is recommended for uphill, downhill, and city cycling. One can intuitively adjust back and arm position to compensate—but that can cause physical fatigue. Even if you only ride in the city or on a flat bike bath, a height adjustment of the handlebar can be both pleasant and practical. A slight adjustment can ease the cramps and pain caused by extended periods of time in the same position.

It’s true, an experienced cyclist can adjust handlebar height with a few simple steps using assembly tools; but this process requires time and effort. Our system allows for speedy, tool-free adjustment in just a few seconds.

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There is more to the handlebar than just height adjustment; the steering column is also particularly important when it comes to the “resting position” of the bicycle. The bulky and wide handlebar often makes storage of the bike nearly impossible. Our tool-free rotation systems Speedlifter twist and Stem twist can be rotated up to 90 degrees to the right or left in just two simple steps. Thus, the bike can easily be placed in a car, stowed on a train, or tucked away in the garage. Entanglement with other wheels or objects such as hooks is a thing of the past.

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The adjustment and installation of our rotatable and height adjustment stems have special pre-requirements. If the requirements are not met by the original bike, our dedicated accessories can overcome this problem. A wide variety of products ensures that nearly all bicycles can easily be upgraded.

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All our components are easy to use and do not require tools.   However, additional standard tools are required for installation. To simplify the necessary assembly work and speed up the process, we offer special tools, templates, and devices.

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