HideMyBell raceday series

SaveMyBar (black)

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SaveMyBar: on special request of Team Jumbo-Visma we designed this new bar plug adapter. It's like a bumber to avoid damaging the end of the handle bar. For the World Tour team this marginal gain product SaveMyBar makes the life of a mechanic in a hectic grand tour a bit easer. With a not too bad crash there is no need to change the handle bar anymore. This will safe some time during a grand tour. For the pro riders the SaveMyBar external bar plug is more safe: with a crash the plug is good secured by the use of tape by installation. So with a crash without changing the bike the change of a sharp handle bar end isn't the case. And at the end with 9 grams the set of SaveMyBar is off course really lightweight for a good secured bar plug! For you as cycling enthusiastic the time for changing a handle bar isn't the real problem, but saving your expensive handle bar with our external bumper plug will safe you money!

  • External barplug bumper, prevents crash/travel damage
  • Lightweight: 8 grams (set)
  • For any road Handlebar
  • Will never fall out; secured below bar tape
  • Dutch design, proven by  Team Jumbo-Visma

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No bell in sight

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85 dB at 5 meter

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1 review for SaveMyBar (black)

  1. Andrew Underhill (verified owner)

    EAsy to fit and the bar eends look tidy and are better protected.

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