According to SimWorks, the To Smile Bar was “created for cyclists who are seekers and wish to venture off the beaten path.” It has been a part of their component lineup for a long time now, but was recently updated with some modern specs that make it look even more appealing as a drop-bar MTB or dirt-touring handlebar. As always, the To Smile Bar is made by NITTO in Japan.
The overall profile of the To Smile Bar hasn’t changed, and it still sports a shallow, flared drop, an extended clamp area for accessories, and a single 560mm (center-to-center) width option. The biggest change is the move to a 31.8mm stem clamp size, making it more suitable for modern stems and increasing the overall stiffness for while navigating technical, demanding terrain.
The SimWorks To Smile Bar is made from heat-treated aluminum, has an 87mm reach, 132mm drop, 58° flare, and is offered in polished black or polished silver. The bar costs $110 and is available now from Sim.Works.
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