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American Bike Flanders Handlebars

Metric Bike One Inch Flanders Handlebars

7/8 Inch Flanders Handlebars

BMW Flanders Handlebars




Flanders Company has been producing high quality handcrafted handlebars since 1945. All of the Handlebars featured on the following pages are made of high quality seamless cold drawn steel tubing. They're polished, bent by the mandrel method thereby eliminating unsightly flat outer sections and then chrome plated or black powder coated to perfection.

  • No PayPal for Handlebars: We Cannot accept PayPal payments for Handlebars. Please do not use PayPal to pay for your handlebars.
  • Shipping to you at our Costs: We will add shipping costs to your handlebar order and charge you only at our cost - usually around $17 ground UPS in the United States and into the $30+ range for larger bars (orders less than $20.00 will be subject to a $2.00 service charge to offset the handling and billing charges).

 We are a little behind in updating our Flanders Handlebars web pages. Click here for a complete 2011 Flanders Handlebar Catalog or the below logo.

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. If the bars you want are not listed in the web pages, you can click and order via our Secure On-Line Order Form.


Flanders Company measures handlebars differently than Harley. We measure the center before the bend begins as shown on our website where as Harley measures to the center of the bend as shown in their Accessory Catalog.

All measurements are made in normal riding position.

Height or Rise: Total height measured in a level plane.

Pull Back: Vertical lines from the furthest forward to rear in a level plane.

Center Width: Straight flat section before the start of the bends.

Width: Total overall tip to tip width, no grips or bar end weights.

New cables and new brake lines? When buying new bars, a rough formula to follow is to measure the increased heigth + 1/2 the increased pullback that the new bars will give you. This amount will be very close to how much additional cable and brake line that you may need. However, the best method is to fit the new bars to the motorcycle and then make the increased length determinations, if needed at all.

Additionally, make sure to allow room for your new bars to clear your gas tank on full lock turn.