From SimWorks -
The all-new Ramble Bar was developed through the teamwork of Golden Pliers and SimWorks. We wanted a handlebar that could accommodate a large front bag and at the same time be aggressive and comfortable with a large sweep angle. This beauty of a bar was inspired while digging through the handlebar graveyard / parts bin for new ideas- scheming on something that would be simultaneously shreddy and comfy. After years of fooling around in the woods, tweaking here and there, it's finally time to release the Ramble Bar as the ultimate turbo cruiser bar.
In order to make the most of the hook bend in front of the primary grip, we recommend using a brake lever and shifter with low-profile / minimal clamp area. Furthermore, don't shy away from wrapping bar tape around that hook. Comfort abounds while climbing out of the saddle...
A 70-90mm stem will work great with this bar. That considerable sweep won't necessarily play nice with some modern geo's built around longer TTs paired with shorty stems.
In addition to the positive rise position, if you install it in the negative drop orientation, you can bang around and placate your Mondo Aggro alter ego.
Heat-treated aluminium = Strong AF!
Like a lot of NITTO's bar offerings, these can be flipped and used both ways.
Not Bar End Compatible.
710mm Centre To Centre.
Requires brake levers with 22.2mm clamp diameter. 30mm rise or drop and 65mm sweep.
154mm deep with a grip space of 160mm.
Ramble bars have a 31.8mm stem clamp diameter.
Designed by Kevin Purcell at Golden Pliers, Portland OR, USA
Made In Japan.