The highest performing handlebar available. Combining less vibration, subdued impacts, and improved ergonomics for a better day riding.
What If Your Hands and Arms Were No Longer the Limiting Factor?
Flexx Handlebars are tunable suspension for your hands, minimizing numbness and fatigue, allowing you to ride longer and charge harder.
With more wheels on the ground comes more bumps to absorb. A rigid handlebar on an ATV transfers vibration and abuse to the rider’s upper body, making it difficult and fatiguing to consistently hit desired lines through rocks, roots, braking bumps, and other trail chatter. Flexx Handlebars dramatically reduce those impacts and vibration, allowing you to focus on riding instead of hanging on. Flexx Handlebars are assembled with a proprietary bushing in the pivot pin to isolate the handles from metal-to-metal contact. They ship with a variety of elastomers that allow you to further tune the bar to your preferences. This provides you with the highest performing handlebar available, combining less vibration, subdued impacts, and improved ergonomics for a better day riding.
Getting to the races isn’t easy. Don’t let unnecessary hand and arm fatigue get in the way of your results.
1. Dramatically Reduces Vibration
3. Increased Control Mounting Room
4. Variety of Bends
5. American Made With The Highest Quality Materials
A big part of our passion here at Fasst Company is ergonomics.
What exactly is ergonomics? Ergonomics is the study of one’s efficiency in their working environment.
In other words, how efficient are you on your motorcycle or atv? Are you in the best position for the riding you’re doing? Are you in a powerful position on the bike to save a crash or minimize a crash? Do you have trouble keeping your elbows up? Ergonomics not only plays a massive role in comfort, it plays a massive role in safety. Imagine buying a new truck or van and not adjusting the seat position before driving it off the lot. Before long you’d be uncomfortable; and if you’re in a really bad position you’re not able to react quickly or confidently. Simply put, this is ergonomics.
As ergonomic specialists, we offer a wide variety of bar bends. The reason for the variety is that handlebars are not one size fits all. Consider a few different disciplines (adv, atv, dual sport, moto, etc.,) factor in a range of rider heights (conservatively 5’3” to 6’3”,) account for different goals (racing and recreational,) any limitations or restrictions (fused wrists, etc.,) and then the need for a variety of bar bends becomes apparent. Think back to adjusting the seat in a new vehicle; a few millimeters makes a big difference. It’s the same concept applied to a handlebar. Your handlebar is your main contact point between the bike and rider. It’s one of the few components you can change to accommodate different size riders.
With Flexx Handlebars not only do you have a variety of bar bends at your fingertips to run exactly what works best for you, but you also get unparalleled abuse reduction. This provides you with the highest performing handlebar available, combining less vibration, subdued impacts, and improved ergonomics for a better day riding.
If you’re unsure which bar bend to get, take a few minutes to chat with our ergonomic specialists. Even if you have a preferred bar bend that you’ve run on different bikes, after chatting with our ergo specialists we may find that small changes in height or sweep could add additional comfort. The bar bend you consider your preferred bend could be better. That’s the benefit of having a variety to choose from.
Flexx Handlebars are an investment, we want to be sure you’re on the best bar bend for the riding you're doing. We'd love to help you select the correct bend for your preferences, needs, and goals. Please email or call if you don’t see the bend cross reference you are looking for or you need help choosing the correct bend, we're happy to help!
Need help selecting the best bar bend?
Take a look at our bar bend charts HERE. If you have any added questions we'd love to help! Call (877) 306-1801 or email.
Flexx ATV Handlebar Bend Charts
Near the bottom of the page there's a complete cross reference list of OEM offerings. Please email or call us if you don’t see the bend cross reference you are looking for or you need help choosing the correct bend, we're happy to help!
Popular Bends from Other Brands (Cross Reference)
|Model||(A) Sweep||(C) Width||(D) Height||Comparable Flexx Handlebar|
|CR High||62mm||795mm||95mm||15° Moto|
|ATV Low||84mm||813mm||140mm||19° Quad High|
|ATV Mid||76mm||813mm||150mm||19° Quad High|
|ATV High||100mm||813mm||160mm||19° Quad High|
|Raptor||87mm||770mm||143mm||19° Quad High|
|Stock YFZ 450 (2007-2020)||86mm||784mm||105mm||19° Quad|
|Stock TRX (2006-2014)||90mm||790mm||142mm||19° Quad|
|Stock KFX 450 (2009-2014)||72mm||769mm||96mm||15° Quad Low|
Shown in degrees/millimeters
B. Mid Section
As of September 1, 2021 all bends have a 7.25 wide center section.
C. Overall Width
Measured from handle end to handle end in inches
High / low measured in millimeters
Flexx Handlebar Notations and Definitions
- Our Quad Bars are 31 inches wide, while our Moto Bars are 32 inches wide.
- All Quad bends offer 9” of handle room, over an inch more than a traditional bar.
- All Moto bends offer 9.5” of handle room, over 1.5 inches more than a traditional bar.
- All Flexx Handlebars require a 1 1/8" bar clamps.
Handlebar Bend Options
12 Degree Bends (A) Sweep (C) Width (D) Height Part Number 12° Quad Low 12° / 54mm 31in 92mm FL-1001-12-31 12° Quad High 12° / 54mm 31in 116mm FL-1003-12-31 12° Moto 12° / 54mm 32in 92mm FL-1001-12-32 12° Moto High 12° / 54mm 32in 116mm FL-1003-12-32
14 Degree Bends (A) Sweep (C) Width (D) Height Part Number 14° Quad Low 14° / 57mm 31in 92mm FL-1001-14-31 14° Quad High 14° / 57mm 31in 116mm FL-1003-14-31 14° Moto 14° / 57mm 32in 92mm FL-1001-14-32 14° Moto High 14° / 57mm 32in 116mm FL-1003-14-32
15 Degree Bends (A) Sweep (C) Width (D) Height Part Number 15° Quad Low 15° / 62mm 31in 92mm FL-1001-15-31 15° Quad High 15° / 62mm 31in 116mm FL-1003-15-31 15° Moto 15° / 62mm 32in 92mm FL-1001-15-32 15° Moto High 15° / 62mm 32in 116mm FL-1003-15-32
19 Degree Bends (A) Sweep (C) Width (D) Height Part Number 19° Quad Low 19° / 80mm 31in 92mm FL-1001-19-31 19° Quad High 19° / 80mm 31in 116mm FL-1003-19-31
OEM Cross Reference
Manufacturer / Model Comparable Flexx Handlebar Notes Apex Pro MXR 50 15° Mini Hi 2010 and older require an oversize mount Apex Pro MXR 70 15° Quad 2010 and older require an oversize mount Apex Pro MXR 85 15° Quad 2010 and older require an oversize mount Apex Pro MXR 90 15° Quad 2010 and older require an oversize mount Apex Pro MXR 100 15° Quad 2010 and older require an oversize mount Apex 250F 14° Quad Apex 450F 14° Quad Apex Pro Shark 70 15° Quad 2010 and older require an oversize mount Apex Pro Shark 90 15° Quad 2010 and older require an oversize mount Can-am Outlander 400/650/800 15° Quad 2″ Rox Riser Can-am Renegade 15° Quad Can-am DS 450 15° Moto Can-am DS 250 15° Quad 2″ Rox Riser Can-am DS 70/90 X 15° Mini Low 2″ Rox Riser Can-am DS 70/90 X 15° Mini Low 2″ Rox Riser Cobra ECX 50 15° Mini Low Requires oversize mounts Cobra ECX 70 15° Quad Race Requires oversize mounts DRR DRX2 50R 15° Mini Hi Requires oversize mounts DRR DRX2 50 LTD 15° Mini Hi Requires oversize mounts DRR DRX2 70 15° Quad Requires oversize mounts DRR DRX2 90 15° Quad Requires oversize mounts DRR DRX2 90 LTD 15° Quad Requires oversize mounts DRR DRX4 15° Quad Requires oversize mounts DRR DRX 300 15° Quad Low 2″ Rox Riser Honda TRX 450 14°/15° Quad Requires oversize mounts Honda TRX 700 15° Quad 2″ Rox Riser Honda TRX 400 15° Quad 2″ Rox Riser Honda TRX 300 15° Quad Low 2″ Rox Riser Honda TRX 250 15° Quad 2″ Rox Riser Honda TRX 90 15° Mini Low 2″ Rox Riser KTM SX/XC 450/505/525 15° Moto Stock Mounts Kawasaki KFX 450 15° Quad Stock mounts Kawasaki KFX 700 15° Moto High 2″ Rox Riser Kawasaki KFX 90 15° Mini 2″ Rox Riser Kawasaki KFX 50 15° Mini Low 2″ Rox Riser Kawasaki Brute Force 650/750 19° Quad 2″ Rox Riser Pister Pro FXR 90R E-START MINI 12° Quad Requires 1 1/8 bar mounts Pister Pro FXR 125R MINI ATV 12° Quad Requires 1 1/8 bar mounts Pister Pro FXR 150R MINI ATV 12° Quad Requires 1 1/8 bar mounts Polaris Outlaw 450/525 15° Quad Low 2″ Rox Riser Polaris Outlaw 90 15° Quad Low 2″ Rox Riser Polaris Outlaw 50 15° Quad Low 2″ Rox Riser Polaris Sportsman 550/850 19° Quad 2″ Rox Riser Polaris Sportsman 500/800 19° Quad 2″ Rox Riser Polaris Sportsman 300/400 19° Quad 2″ Rox Riser Suzuki LTR 450 15° Quad Low 2″ Rox Riser Suzuki Z400 15° Quad Low 2″ Rox Riser Suzuki Z 250 15° Quad 2″ Rox Riser Suzuki Z 90 15° Mini Low 2″ Rox Riser Yamaha YFZ 450 19° Quad Stock Mounts; YZF prior to 2006 require 1 1/8 bar mounts Yamaha Raptor 700 15° Quad 2″ Rox Riser Yamaha Raptor 250/350 15° Quad 2″ Rox Riser Yamaha Raptor 90 15° Mini 2″ Rox Riser Yamaha Wolverine 450 19° Quad 3″ Rox Riser Yamaha Grizzly 550/700 19° Quad 3″ Rox Riser Yamaha Grizzly 350/450 19° Quad 3″ Rox Riser
-Our Quad Bars are 31 inches wide, while our Moto Bars are 32 inches wide.
-All Quad bends offer 9” of handle room, over an inch more than a traditional bar.
-All Moto bends offer 9.5” of handle room, over 1.5 inches more than a traditional bar.
-We have a new low bar that’s 68mm tall. This means we now have 3 different bar heights: 68mm, 92mm, and 116mm.
-The 92mm bar was previously referred to as the “Quad Low”, it’s now referred to as the “Standard” height. The 68mm tall bar will now be refferred to as the "Quad Low". The 116mm “Quad High” will go unaffected.
-If running a low bar on a TRX or YFZ, a +1 stem is needed for the bar to clear an oversized fuel tank
- Flexx Handlebars are 1 1/8" at the mounting section and 7/8" at the handles.
- On ATV’s the ideal backsweep is usually a 14° or a 15°, pending your height and what kind of riding you’re primarily doing. Most ATV’s come stock with a bar most identical to our 15* Quad High.
- Traditionally taller riders prefer a straighter bar like the 14°. Check out our ATV Bar Bend Chart HERE.
1. Flexx Handlebar
2. Black handlebar pad
3. Elastomer kit containing variety of compression and rebound elastomers.
Flexx Handlebar Topics
Which bar bend is similar to....?
Take a minute and look through the bar bend charts below to find which bar is similiar to what you're currently running.
Motorcycle Bend Chart
ATV Bend Chart
Adventure Bend Chart
Mini Bend Chart
Which bar bend would be best for me, my bike, and the riding I'm doing?
Great question, and we're certainly happy to help get you pointed in the best direction. We put together some informative blogs that help provide an understanding of what factors come into play when selecting the proper bar bend for you and your preferences. Don't hesitate to reach out, we're happy to help if any additional input is needed!
5 Things To Consider When Selecting A Bar Bend
3 Crucial Dimensions Of A Bar Bend
What Your Handlebar Position Is Telling You
Already have Flexx Handlebars but aren't sure which bar bend you have?
By checking the sweep stamp as well as measuring the height and width, we can narrow in on exactly which Flexx Bar you have. Click HERE for more details on how you can identify the bend of your Flexx Handlebar.
How do I change elastomers and tune my Flexx Handlebars?
The Flexx Handlebar is surprisingly tunable. Between the elastomers and the elastomer nut you can make the bar as soft or as stiff as you'd like. Click the link below to be sure you're getting the most out of your Flexx Handlebars.
What elastomer combination should I run?
Totally personal preference. Everyone's a little different with what they want out of the bar. Some riders struggle with numbness, carpal tunnel, bad wrists, etc. Some riders have nagging injuries and some folks just want to smash through obstacles harder without the harsh impact at their hands. Everyone’s a little different with how they want the bar to help them. We tell folks to spend a few days riding with the different elastomers to get an idea of how capable the bar is and from there you have a good idea of what the bar can do and what you like best.
Will the Flexx Handlebar work with steering dampers?
Yes, the Flexx Handlebar will work with steering stabilizers from all manufactures. If the damper is mounted under the bar, the Flexx Bar will sit right on top, plug-and-play. If the damper is mounted above the bar, you'll need the raised damper crossbars to allow room for mounting the damper above the bar. For new orders your bars can be built with damper crossbars at no extra charge.
What handguard options do you have for the Flexx Handlebar?
You can mount pretty much any handguard to the Flexx Handlebar, especially flag style roost deflectors. The easiest full wrap bark buster to mount is our Simple Solution Guard, as it was designed specifically for our handlebar. We also offer our Straight Cut Handguard Mounts which is an external mount that bolts to the pivot pin and works best with Enduro Engineering, Moose, MSR, and G2 handguards. Cycra has also has several options but we prefer the Cycra CRM as it takes less tweaking to mount. Here are directions to mount the Cycra CRM.
How often do they need serviced?
Flexx Handlebars purchased after January 2010 are maintenance free. The current generation of Flexx Handlebars utilizes a fiber bushing to prevent the need for any service or maintenance. To check to make sure you have the newer version, quickly remove your crossbars and look for the bushing encompassing the pivot pin.
Is there a warranty on Flexx Handlebars?
There is, as long as you’re the original owner and have valid proof of purchase. We offer a pro-rated crash damage warranty as well as a manufacturer defect warranty. We’re one of the very few brands in the industry that offer any kind of warranty, let alone a crash damage warranty. To read more on the warranty, click HERE.
How do I tell if my Flexx Handlebar is Gen 1, Gen 2, or Gen 3?
You can tell which generation bar you have by the laser markings on the center section. “FB3 Technology” indicates our latest gen 3 bar. “With FB Technology” indicates the older gen 2 bar. If it doesn’t have either it’s most likely an older gen 1 bar. Click THIS LINK for more detailed photos if you need.
Why doesn't Fasst Company sell replacement handles and centers?
First and foremost, it's a big insurance liability to sell the main structural components of the bar separately, otherwise we'd have folks piecing together 20 year old handlebars in their garage and we'd be at fault in the event of a failure. Another big reason we don't sell handles or center sections separately is if you have a big crash that damages or bends one component of the bar, that stress riser can spread through multiple components and just replacing a single component isn't the safest solution. Additionally, the retail cost on a handle or center section with the hardware required to replace it costs more than the price of a replacement bar through our crash damage warranty program.
How do I use tie-downs with Flexx Handlebars?
When using tie downs with the Flexx Bar you want to be sure not to compress the elastomers while tying the bike down. Use a soft tie to go through the center section of the bar. DO NOT put the tie down hook on the handle and compress the elastomer, it will create issues with the elastomers. Click HERE for a demonstration.
Is there always a back-order on Flexx Handlebars?
Almost always, but we can connect you to one of our stocking dealers that should have the bend you need ready to ship. Sometimes certain bends may ship quicker than others, we don’t wait for your order to build your bar, but we’re in a constant battle trying to keep up with the demand. In addition, manufacturing and assembling Flexx Handlebars is a lengthy process. Flexx Handlebars are machined and built by hand right here in the USA, allowing for unparalleled quality control. If we were manufacturing Flexx Handlebars in Taiwan they wouldn’t be the quality and durable product people have come to expect from us. Great things take time.
Anti-Vibration Inserts Topics
Will the Anti-Vibration Inserts work with hand guards?
We offer two types of Anti Vibration Inserts; Threaded and non threaded. If you're running a full wrap around bark buster, you're best off to run the Threaded Anti Vib Insert as it doubles as a threaded hand guard anchor. If you're not running a full wrap bark buster then the non threaded inserts will work perfectly.
Will the Anti-Vibration Inserts work on OEM steel bars?
No. Fasst Company’s Anti-Vibration Bar Inserts were designed to work with aluminum bars that have a smaller ID than steel bars.
Spoke Wrench Topics
Which Spoke Torque Wrench do I need, the Pre-Set or Adjustable?
Fasst Company offers two spoke torque wrenches, a Pre-set and an Adjustable. Our Pre-set Spoke Torque Wrench has been the choice of factory mechanics since 1999, while our Adjustable Spoke Torque Wrench is the choice of wheel builders world wide. For riders with one bike or bikes from 80cc on up our Pre-Set Spoke Torque Wrench is a great choice. For riders maintaining many different sizes of bikes for example a CRF 50 and a CRF 450 we recommend using our adjustable wrench as bikes with such a disparity in size require different torques.
The Pre-set wrench torque can be set by Fasst Company anywhere between 10 and 100 inch pounds. We recommend 48 inch pounds for most applications as this torque is not abusive to the motorcycles components (from 80cc on up) and will not rapidly loosen. If you have a Pre-set Wrench and would like to adjust the torque please call us and we will walk you through what needs to be done. You can also send it back to us and we will recalibrate it for you.
My manual calls for a different torque than 48 inch pounds?
Most OEM manuals call out between 25 and 30 inch pounds for spoke torque. Through our extensive testing we found this to be to light of a torque to adequately hold up to the demands put on your wheels. We send out over 99% of our wrenches out at 48 inch pounds. This torque is not abusive to the components on most bikes (from 80cc motocross bikes on up) and will not rapidly loosen up on you either.
What is the difference between the Fasst Company Spoke Torque Wrench and the competition?
Fasst Company’s Spoke Torque Wrench is the original Spoke Torque Wrench, we brought it to market in 1999 with the help of Factory Mechanic Mike Gosselaar. Both of Fasst Company’s Spoke Torque Wrenches are 100% AMERICAN MADE, unlike our competitions which are manufactured overseas. They are also the only Spoke Torque Wrenches that come with a Lifetime Warranty. We also offer our Lifetime Warranty on our spoke wrench heads as well.
Beau Baron 10x WORCS Pro ATV Champion
My secret? Flexx Handlebars. I wouldn't be as competitive as I am at my age if I didn't have them to keep my hands feeling young!
Walker Fowler 7x GNCC XC1 ATV Champion
2hr+ GNCCs are brutal. Flexx Handlebars are a huge part of my late race comfort and performance.
Travis Damon Worcs Pro ATV #3 / Worcs Pro Bike #4
Going from a bike to a quad isn't easy. The quad has so much side to side action, it's gnarly. Flexx Handlebars make that switch more enjoyable for me.
After tweeking the position 4 times, I think they are now good for me egonomically.
My sholders were not throbbing after a hard 20 mile ride with a couple of Hare Scramble KTM racers yesterday. Install was as expected, doable for most people.
I am at break cable limit presently, but comfortable to my 5-8 180 body.
That helped a lot
Love them. Best bars!
I just purchased the e-mtb handlebars and they were so worth it. The handlesbars performed exactly as stated. When running through rooted / chunky sections the bars took the edge off of the bumps putting a lot less fatigue on your hands. I highly recommend this company and product! I also purchased a set for my dad for Christmas and he is super impressed also. Price may steer some away but I can promise the performance you get and quality is so worth it !!
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