H-Bar® Jones Loop Carbon 710

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Due to low inventory two is the maximum quantity per order of the carbon Loop H-Bar. 

The Carbon 710mm Loop H-Bar weighs only 275g (this is 250g less than the 525g aluminum version). It passes the same strict EN/EU mountain bike standards as the aluminum and titanium bars. It is identical to our existing Loop H-bars — all the same natural hand positions, control and comfort, but 47% lighter!!

The cross bar on the Loop H-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). 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 you get a wide range of hand and body positions, from fully upright at the ends of the grips, to a tucked aero position when resting your forearms across the crossbar and loop.  In between these extremes, there are many unique and useful positions, making this a true multi-position bar because you'll actually find yourself using all of the positions! 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 and the crossbar is now tapered and butted with a 31.8 mm clamp area. The grip tubes on the aluminum version are also butted for strength and weight savings.  All H-Bars have a standard 22.2mm diameter grip area.

Try wrapping the crossbar with bartape!  You can wrap both the crossbar and loop (but it helps to leave a gap in the center of the loop to mount whatever gadgets you have), if you want to have the most hand positions!

Click here to see our blog post of the Press Release for the Carbon H-Bar.

For setup tips, check out the H-Bar Manual! 

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
    H-Bars on a track bike

    Posted by Dave Poplin on 24th Aug 2018

    Yes I’m chopping these and using them on my track bike commuter. Loving multiple hand positions and postures with one bar. Carbon lightness is incredible and the quality impressive.

  • 5

    Posted by Grant on 15th Aug 2018

    Excellent bars. Light weight, lots of positions, fast delivery

  • 5
    I love Jones Bars

    Posted by John Noonan on 13th Aug 2018

    Whenever I buy a new drop bar bike, the first thing that I do is upgrade the handlebars to a Jones H-Loop. This is my fourth set of Jones bars and my second set of carbon Jones bars. My two carbon fiber mountain bikes both run the carbon set, the newest set is for my fatbike which will be ridden all winter. Carbon bars do not get cold like metal bars, and this bike will be ridden to temperatures below 0 Fahrenheit.

    Jones bars are great for all styles of riding and make for a great upgrade.

  • 5
    Carbon Jones Loop Bars,

    Posted by Patrick on 29th Jul 2018

    I have been using these bars for about 3 weeks (400 Miles or so). They are replacing a set of aluminum Jones bars that I borrowed from a friend. They have been usued primarily on gravel/fire road.

    I immediately notice better vibration dampening with the carbon bars. To me, on a long day or multi day trip, that is worth the money alone.
    From a bikepacking perspective I can’t think of a more useful and comfortable handlebar. The attachment points, bar real estate, and hand positions are unmatched.

    I’d definitely recommend these bars to anyone who has a bike where they can be properly set up. Following the instructions so that the bar send up where they were intended to be was quite important and necessary for me.

  • 5
    Super quality !

    Posted by Robin on 10th Jul 2018

    These are made by pros and it reflect it, love mines !

  • 5
    Uwe Dauter

    Posted by Uwe Dauter on 21st May 2018

    Uwe Dauter

  • 5

    Posted by Chris on 29th Jan 2018

    This is my fourth H-Bar. I've used the aluminum and the old titanium bar, but this carbon version is my favorite by far. Very light weight for the size of it and even more comfortable than the other versions I've used.
    I replaced the drop bar on my Salsa Deadwood with this and find it much more comfortable on longer gravel rides. On the trail, it's not only more comfortable, but also much better handling than the drop bar the Deadwood shipped with.
    Yes, the H-bar is pricey, but totally worth it in my opinion.

  • 5
    H-Bar Jones Loop Carbon 710

    Posted by Guy Stuart on 17th Nov 2017

    After about a thousand kilometres on both f/s 29'r and fatbike bikepacking rigs the H-Bar is performing perfectly. Control and compliance on rough single track is excellent. On both bikes handlebar bags are significantly more stable than a typical bar. Thanks for the quality product. Will be ordering another one for the second bike.

  • 5
    Awesome Bars

    Posted by Stephen Parker on 19th Jul 2017

    I bought these bars in anticipation of riding the Leadville 100 mtb race this year. I have been spending a lot of time in the saddle, sometimes riding up to 8 hours straight. These bars save my hands, arms, and back, as I can use multiple hand positions, sit up, lean over, rest on my forearms, etc. I can ride aero for long (20+ miles) flat stretches. It seems ridiculous now that I would go back to a flat bar with only one place to put your hands. There is no downside to running these bars. I went with carbon to minimize weight. Yes, they are expensive. Yes, they are worth it.