For serious riders, only the very best will do. That's why Renthal is the handlebar of choice for most OEMs' motocross bikes. Whether it's the 7/8" RC that Honda uses on its CR line or the FatBar used by KTM, manufacturers the world over - as well as race teams looking for the slightest advantage - choose Renthal.
Since 1969, UK-based Renthal has been world-renowned for its off-road handlebars. Today, Renthal makes metal products for dirt, street, track - and everything in between. In addition to its legendary bars, Renthal makes grips, brake pads, chains, Intelli-levers (hand controls that can dislocate in any direction in the event of a crash, then simply pop back into place), and front and rear chainwheels (aka sprockets).
Renthal was formed in 1969 by friends and motorcycle enthusiasts Andrew Renshaw and Henry Rosenthal. Though based in Manchester, England, the Renthal logo is recognized in paddocks and pits the world over. When you want the best, choose what the pros choose - choose Renthal.
Renthal's innovative Twinring Rear Chainwheel utilizes an aluminum center mated to a steel outer ring, for a chainwheel that's lighter than steel but stronger than the traditional aluminium rear sprockets.