From 50kms to 5,000kms, the Belgie Disc Titanium is a road bike without fear.
The Future is W I D E
Created and tested by our team in Melbourne, Walmer bars are a proprietary Curve design. The bar is named for the Walmer Street Bridge, a narrow crossing cyclists take daily from the Yarra River to the popular Yarra Boulevard.
Originally intended to compliment the GMX+ bikepacking platform, Walmer Bars bring the best of both worlds, with the stability and control of MTB bars along with the multiple hand positions (and ability to ‘get low’) of drop bars, they are perfect for gravel, off-road bikepacking and touring bikes.
Most people find riding in a single hand position all day - or for multiple days - results in sore hands and wrists, numbness/nerve damage, cramps or blisters. The ability to change position prevents pressure and tension from building up in one area, so you can ride more comfortably for longer.
A wider handlebar also give more stability and control, particularly when descending on sketchy terrain. You will also find that wide bar gives more leverage when tackling steep power climbs.
Handsome Steve by the iconic Walmer St Bridge entrance
Walmer 60 top, Zipp Ergo 70 SL 44cm bar below
|Walmer Bar||Curve proprietary design alloy super wide drop bar. 31.8 at clamp. See Spec table for size guide.|
|Bar tape||Extra long non-slip python grip Curve tape included to wrap it up.|