The Mone Light Bar is a wide carbon riser handlebar with the ideal amount of rise and sweep to increase comfort while maintaining control. We’re giving one away for our 173rd Collective Reward. Find more details and get signed up for a chance to win here…

Our latest Collective Reward giveaway comes courtesy of Cjell Mone and New Mexico-based Mone Bikes, who’ll be setting up one randomly selected member of the Bikepacking Collective with a Mone Light Bar, a unique high-rise carbon bar made to balance comfort and control for big days out on the bike. The $315 Light Bar offers a generous 63.5mm of rise and 12 degrees of sweep to help put the rider in a less aggress position and an 825mm (trimmable to 665mm) for a confident stance while bikepacking through technical terrain. They were put through rigorous downhill ISO testing for added peace of mind, too.

Mone Light Bar Review

Miles reviewed the moto-inspired Mone Light Bar when it was released last year, and he found a lot to love about it. Beyond the material’s vibration dampening and natural flex, he appreciated how the riser design enabled him to run the handlebar lower, which helped make the weight of his handlebar bag a little more manageable. The crossbar also opened up options for running lights and other electronics without interference. The fact that they’re super lightweight at just 280 grams is merely the icing on the cake.

Mone Light Bar Review
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