The new Soma Clarence II and Hwy 17 handlebars feature unique modular extensions that can be angled like traditional bar ends or rotated to the side to create a Jones bar-style loop out front. Check them both out here…

Soma had added additional functionality and comfort to two of their most popular handlebars, the Highway One and the Clarence. Both feature custom-designed extensions that can be angled up or down like regular bar-ends or rotated to fine-tune the setup and to create a loop-style extension like the Jones H-Bar. Soma says the extensions are great for additional hand positions and also work well for mounting lights, GPS devices, or bags.

Soma Clarence II with Cletus Ends Combo Bar

The Clarence II is a flat bar with a generous 34° backsweep that should get most riders into a comfortable upright position. They are made from 6061 T6 Aluminum, use a standard 31.8mm stem clamp, and are 670mm wide. See additional specs below.

Soma Clarence
  • Material: 6061 T6 Aluminum
  • Width: 670mm
  • Backsweep: 34°
  • Rise: 37mm
  • Upsweep: 19°
  • Weight: 600 grams
  • Price: $119 USD
  • Manufacturer’s Details:

Soma Hwy 17 with Road Extensions

The Hwy 17 is inspired by Soma’s Highway One drop bar. It’s a compact road bar with a 130mm drop and 75mm reach, a groove for clean cable routing, and similar extensions as the Clarence bar They are also made from aluminum, have a 31.8mm clamp, and come in five widths from 38cm to 46mm.

Soma Clarence
  • Soma Hwy 17
  • Soma Hwy 17
  • Material: 6061 T-6 Aluminum
  • Width: 38cm-46cm
  • Drop: 130mm
  • Reach: 75mm
  • Weight: 610 grams
  • Price: $149 USD
  • Manufacturer’s Details:

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