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Joseph Kuosac Handlebar for Bromptons - Mid Rise - 25.4mm Clamp - Black

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Designed to raise or lower the front end to suit the rider. When fitted to an S type stem the height position is the same as an M type.

Made from 6061 aluminium.
25.4mm clamp.
Ergonomic handlebar with curve in design.
600mm Wide - with cutting markings.
100mm Rise
Standard 130mm handlebar grips compatible - Brompton bars use 100mm.
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How would a JK Midrise would fit on a M2017 Stem?
24 Apr 2018
Do i need to adjust the cables? I would like to achieve a bit more ergonomic & also sporty position, but not as sporty as an S stem... Thanks
Hi there,

The height would be reduced and you will need to trim the cables to suit. - The s stem is actually longer than the m stem, so if you fitted these bars to an s stem you would create an m type!

Do I need to change the cables?
18 Apr 2018
I ride a 2018 S type 2 speed. Considering upgrade to JK mid rise habdlebar. Do I need to replace with longer cables for breakes and shifting?
Hi there,

Yes this will convert the overall height to that of an m type and you will need to use m type cables.

would this product be compatible with a 2010 'P' -type post?
03 Apr 2018
Hi there,

This handlebar on a P type stem would leave you roughly 5mm lower than the current M type.

27 Mar 2018
I'm assuming these are somewhere between the S and the M in terms of riser height?
I have what I think is a 2009 M and want a lower front but at 6ft3" I reckon an S wool be too low even for this flexible roadie.
Hi there,

Yes that is correct, we generally recommend test riding some different models with the different handlebar types. It is all personal preference, we know people over 6'5 riding s types!

How much rise does this handlebar offer? 80mm?
31 Dec 2017
I have an S Bar which cannot take the T-Bag. Will the T-Bag fit after converting to this mid-riser bar?
Hi there,

The T bag will fit S handlebar bikes by using the short bag frame - SJS Cycles part number : 13499
The bag will be a little lower in overall height but you will still benefit from the width/depth. - Been using my T bag like these for 6 months.

Is it possible to fit this to an M model brommie without altering the cables?
19 Dec 2017
Considering converting my M to an S but wondered if using this mid riser as an alternative route to having a slightly more aggressive stance and also increased width for comfort.

The S type is 80mm lower than the M type, I would suggest mocking that up and seeing how it feels. Another thing to mention is the profile of the S type stem is obviously lower but also protrudes forward further. By using this handlebar you would achieve a slightly lower front end yes, you could continue to use the same cables but even with spacing them wider it is likely that you will have baggy cables that can get caught during folding.