Jones SG Loop H-Bar

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The new Jones SG Loop H-Bar uses the same great design as our standard Loop H-Bar, but is available at a lower price by using straight-gauge aluminum tubing in place of the custom-butted tubing on the standard Loop H-Bar.  Jeff wanted to make a Loop H-Bar that would allow more riders to experience the superior comfort, control, and utility of his Loop design without making it any less dependable and useful.  He accomplished this by switching to less-expensive straight-gauge aluminum tubing.  The result is an H-Bar that is just as strong as ever, but which weighs 100g more than the standard version and costs $40 less.  

Comparison between the standard Loop H-Bar and SG Loop H-Bar


Loop H-Bar

SG Loop H-Bar


Custom butted aluminum crossbar and loop

Straight gauge aluminum crossbar and loop


525g (710mm)

625g (710mm)


Passes EN MTB testing

Passes EN MTB testing


660mm or 710mm

660mm or 710mm


Black or Silver

Black or Silver





All Jones H-Bars use a 31.8mm stem clamp diameter, 22.2mm clamp size for controls (standard mountain bike style).  The entire front loop has a 22.2mm diameter.

The Loop H-Bar has the same hand, stem and brake lever position as the original H-Bar but the cross bar sweeps forward to allow the levers to go behind the cross bar instead of in front. This gives longer uninterrupted hand positions and will allow trigger and grip/twist shifters to fit on the rearward extensions (unlike the original H-Bar and the Cut H-Bar). The continuous front loop of the bar enhances stiffness and is good for additional aero hand positions and mounting lights, GPS devices etc. This bar provides comfort and power with an impressive weight. With the levers in the optimum position the rider is superbly placed for fast riding while still enjoying all the hand positions available. The rearward extensions allow extra leverage and a wider hand position - be it for comfort or power. All H-bars are for a 31.8 stem. 

Refer to the H-Bar Manual for set-up tips!

Also we highly recommend checking out our selection of grips and bar tape specifically designed for the 710mm and 660mm H-Bars.

Great for; Singlespeeds, 29ers, Fat Bikes, Touring, Bike-packing Adventures, City Riding and more!
Compatible with; Singlespeeds, Trigger shifters, Gripshift, Shimano twist shifters, Rohloff and above the bar hinged thumb-shifters.


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  • 5
    Larry Sherburne

    Posted by Larry Sherburne on 18th Apr 2018

    I originally bought these for my son and wife. After I tested them on a bike I had to have them. Very comfy for the distance.

  • 4
    Jones SG Loop H-Bar

    Posted by Thomas Little on 2nd Apr 2018

    Bought one of these and installed on my Fat Bike. Liked it so much, I bought another for my MTB.. Makes the riding experience much more enjoyable. The long grips for this bar are a must.......Highly recommended. I don't think I could go back to the mostly straight bars that come standard on most bikes of the type I own. Thank You, Jeff!

  • 5
    Jones SG loop.

    Posted by DavidGee on 2nd Apr 2018

    I bought the SG loop HBar to replace the Moloko bar that came stock on my Surly Ogre. Firstly, the Moloko is hardly a bad handlebar. I found myself wanting to sit a little more upright however. Put a shorter stem and just wasn't comfortable. Secondly; the internet at this point is saturated with evidence regarding the comfort of the Jones line of handlebars. Lotta fans out there. Got the bar, bolted it on, fiddled with brake and shift lever position a bit and rode it. Much more comfortable. As many hand positions as the Moloko bar has, the Jones bar feels more natural to me. It's a better bar for me.

  • 5
    Jones SG Loop H Bar are super rad

    Posted by Jason on 31st Mar 2018

    Just installed these handlebars on a 2005 Gary Fisher Tassajara that I am working on as a rigid city/touring rig. Wow. These handlebars are amazing, so comfortable. They are just spectacular. I bought a Santa Cruz Chameleon to retire the Tassajara but now that the Gary Fisher is rigid and has the jones h bars all I want to do is ride the Tassajara. The h bars turned an old bike into a bad a$$ rig. Love it. If you have an old mountain bike sitting around slap some h bars on it and bring that dude back to life!

  • 5
    H Loop Bars

    Posted by Shawn on 8th Mar 2018

    I debated for a long time about trying out these bars. Bike Snob ordered his and I waited with anticipation of his first review. Alas someone of credibility gave the thumbs up! Awesome bars! Very comfortable and versatile. You will want a shorter stem, I had one from another bike. I'm ordering the Kraton grips next, the paddle grips I had were ok but feel out of place. I commute on a converted MTB to single speed with road tires. Slow but versatile. Thanks for bringing us the best bars on the face of the planet.

  • 5
    Great Bars!

    Posted by Nate on 13th Feb 2018

    I purchased these a few weeks ago for my newly re-built Surly LHT. I'm not a fan of drop bars, so I went with the H-Bar instead. They are incredible! I'm going on my first 100+ miler this weekend and I think the added hand positioning will help out big-time!

  • 5
    SG loop Hbar

    Posted by John stevens on 12th Feb 2018

    Excellent bar, purchased two for our Sondors X bikes, couldn't be happier. Shipping was fast, the overall experience was very good.

  • 5
    Jones SG Loop H-bar

    Posted by Neil McEachren on 12th Feb 2018

    the handlebars have made my rides most enjoyable. having the ability to move around on my bike with various hand and body positions is wonderful. always feel in control and stable. i can't afford a great bike, but these handlebars have made my ordinary bike into something very enjoyable to ride

  • 5
    Jones H Bars

    Posted by Jeff Phillips on 9th Feb 2018

    Just put these on my e-mountain bike last week. I've tried them both on my 43-miles commute from Santa Barbara to Ventura (with 29" slick tires), and on a rugged 50-mile, 7,500 vertical foot backcountry single track adventure with 27.5 3" knobbies and rocky technical single track. I knew they'd shine on the long road commute, and they did. The multiple hand positions and aero option to get down out of the wind, and nice gel tape on the bars was a joy.
    What I wasn't so sure about was how they'd perform on rocky technical singletrack. I gotta say, they were great. One reviewer said the long swept back hand bars got in the way of knees in tight switchbacks. I was looking for that but had tons of space on tight switchbacks, no issue at all. The regular krayton grips are plenty cushioned for me.