Bullmoose handlebars are a distinctive style of bicycle handlebars that were popular on early mountain bikes in the 1970s and 1980s. They are characterized by a single, continuous piece of tubing that rises from the stem to form a “moose antler” shape, where the name derives from.
The handlebar’s unique design allowed riders to have a more upright and commanding riding position, which was well-suited for navigating challenging terrain and contributed to the development of the mountain biking as a sport. The single-piece construction added strength and durability to the handlebar, which was crucial for off-road riding.
While Bullmoose handlebars are no longer commonly used in contemporary mountain biking, they hold a special place in the history of the sport and are seen as a symbol of its early days and the innovative spirit of mountain bike pioneers.
Pelago Bullmoose handlebar is a modern tribute to this classic profile. The idea was to take the trekking aspect a tad further and it works incredibly well in many riding environments bringing the spirit of discovery and fun to any trip.
Handlebar is made out of chrome plated steel.